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

Jordan has almost 20 years of experience acting on matters involving all aspects of fraud, corruption, and white collar crime. Her mandates have involved Ponzi schemes, mortgage fraud, employee theft, conflicts of interest, and other fraudulent schemes. 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 acts for a number of financial institutions in litigation relating to Bills of Exchange Act issues, cheque kiting, loan fraud, conversion, and fraudulent preferences or conveyances.

Jordan has appeared before all levels of courts in Alberta and has obtained and administered Anton Piller orders, Mareva injunctions, Norwich Pharmacal orders, preservation orders and receivership orders.