Jordan Deering assists clients in finding practical and business focused solutions to manage and respond ‎to corporate misconduct.‎

Jordan is the Canadian Chair of DLA Piper (Canada) LLP’s Corporate Crime, Compliance and Investigations Group. She brings over 20 years of experience acting in litigation, investigations, and ‎regulatory proceedings involving all aspects of fraud, bribery, corruption, and white collar crime. Her mandates have involved a wide range of privileged and confidential investigations ‎relating to fraudulent schemes, conflicts of interests, kick-backs and bribes, self-dealing, asset ‎misappropriation, regulatory non-compliance, accounting issues, and other corporate misconduct. She ‎often reports directly to the company’s senior executives, board of directors, or special committees relating ‎to these sensitive and serious investigation matters.‎

Jordan provides advice on compliance with and investigations pertaining to the Corruption of Foreign Public ‎Officials Act. She is regularly called upon by clients to assist in developing fraud and corruption prevention ‎policies and programs, including whistleblower programs, compliance officer training, and risk assessment.‎

Jordan has appeared before all levels of courts in Alberta and has obtained and administered Anton Piller ‎orders (civil search warrants), Mareva injunctions (asset freezing orders), Norwich Pharmacal orders (third ‎party production orders), preservation orders and receivership orders.‎