Jordan A. Fisch is co-chairman of the firm's Corporate Department and co-chairman of the firm's Restaurant and Hospitality and Cannabis Law Practice Groups, and a member of the Real Estate Department and Real Estate Special Opportunities Practice Group.
Jordan’s corporate practice consists of counseling buyers and sellers in merger and acquisition transactions, issuers and investors in debt and equity offerings, and lenders and borrowers on both secured and asset-based credit facilities. Jordan’s practice also includes counseling many closely held and family-owned businesses, providing those businesses with general corporate advice.
In addition to his corporate practice, Jordan has developed a niche practice in the representation of restauranteurs and restaurant groups in connection with structuring and organizational matters, the acquisition, financing (debt and equity) and wind-down of restaurants, and employment matters, and Jordan has expanded the breadth of his corporate practice to encompass counseling clients with respect to corporate matters attendant to the nascent cannabis market.
Jordan’s real estate practice is national in scope and consists of counseling opportunity funds in joint ventures, the acquisition and disposition of secured debt--including distressed debt, the making of investments in junior and participating interests in secured debt and senior and mezzanine commercial mortgage financing.
A Member of the firm since 2000, Jordan has acted as lead counsel or played a prominent role in the following transactions:
Consistently awarded high marks for the quality of his legal work and practical advice, Jordan has garnered professional accolades from New York Super Lawyers, Best Lawyers in America, New Jersey Super Lawyers Rising Stars, and Martindale-Hubbell. No aspect of this advertisement has been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey. See Award Methodology.
Jordan has been profiled in Real Estate Weekly for his extensive experience in real estate, opportunity funds in joint ventures, acquisition and disposition of secured and distressed debt, and mezzanine commercial mortgage financing.
Jordan has been quoted in The New York Times for his counsel of a client in the wind down of several well regarded New York City restaurants and in The Record, NJ.com, NJBiz, and the New Jersey Law Journal with respect to the firm’s launch of its Cannabis Law Practice Group. Jordan is also a contributor to restaurant and hospitality trade publications such as FSR Magazine and Restaurant Startup & Growth.
He earned his B.A., cum laude, from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and his J.D. from the University of Miami School of Law.
University of Miami School of Law, J.D., 1995
University of Massachusetts, B.A., cum laude, 1992
As published in: Law360 November 7, 2019
August 15, 2019
As published in: NJ Cannabis Insider June 13, 2019
As published in: Bloomberg Big Law Business June 13, 2019
Hotel Management March 1, 2019Jordan A. Fisch and Christopher J. Caslin
Cannabis Law February 8, 2019Jordan A. Fisch, Marc P. Press and Samantha B. Epstein
NYC Hospitality Alliance February 7, 2019Christopher J. Caslin and Jordan A. Fisch
Corporate Law January 30, 2019Jordan A. Fisch and Isabelle R. Jacobs
Corporate Law June 25, 2018Jordan A. Fisch and Joseph A. Armenti
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