Jordan Segal has extensive experience as a creditor’s rights and commercial litigation attorney. He has tried cases involving complex federal statutes on behalf of financial institutions and commercial real estate companies. He is licensed to practice in multiple states including Michigan, Washington D.C. and Maryland. Additionally, he served as the manager for all Chapter 11 bankruptcy litigation in nine states and the District of Columbia. Mr. Segal also worked for the Baltimore City Solicitor’s Office as an Assistant Solicitor. In this capacity, he represented the City’s Health Department, The Mayor’s Office on Criminal Justice, the Mayor’s Office of Emergency Management, the City Police and Fire Departments, and the Department of General Services, and the Baltimore City Energy Office. As Assistant Solicitor, he provided sophisticated legal analysis of transactional documents including health provider contracts, HIPAA and privacy law compliance documents; construction contracts; and vendor contracts.
In 2014, Mr. Segal re-located to Michigan with his family. In spite of his arduous work schedule, he has been an active pro-bono participant providing legal assistance to clients without compensation. His pro bono commitment has included representation of 501(c)(3) and (c)(4) charities, and representation of indigent clients as part of the Public Justice Advocacy Clinic before the D.C. Department of Employment Services and the Virginia Employment Commission.
J.D., The George Washington University Law School (Washington, D.C.), 2008
The George Washington University Law School Moot Court Board President, 2007-2008
Independent Writing, Hedge Funds and the Fiduciary Duties of Trust Administrators, Fall 2007
Represented clients with the Public Justice Advocacy Clinic before the D.C. Office of Employment Services and the Virginia Employment Commission to appeal the denial of public welfare benefits.
B.A., Amherst College (Amherst, Massachusetts), 2002
Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and Political Science, cum laude, 2002
Senior Honors Thesis, The Contradictions of International Law, 2002
Amherst College Parliamentary Debate Team, Vice-President, 2001-2002
Kellogg Award for Excellence in Public Speaking, 2002
Latham Scholarship Award Winner, 1998
"Litigation in a HIGHTECH World" Co-author, Michigan Bar Journal (November 2016)
"Health Care Quality Improvement Act: Peer Review, Procedure, Process, and Privacy" Co-author, W. Mich. U. Cooley Law Review (Summer 2016)
"A Legal Perspective on External Peer Review" Co-author, article in Compliance Today, publication by the Health Care Compliance Association, (August 2016).
"Can't We All Just Get Along? Fiduciary Duties in the Corporate and LLC Context" Co-author, The Michigan Business Law Journal (Spring 2016)
“Compliance Officers: So many roads to choose – Peer Review disclosure or Patient Privacy,” HCCA web conference. Co-presenter, (May 25, 2016.)