Christine Jordan’s practice focuses on litigation.
Christine has represented financial institutions, corporations, and individuals in complex litigation before federal and state courts. She has experience in securities and M&A litigation, bankruptcy proceedings, contract and tax disputes, and other commercial litigation matters.
Christine originally joined the firm as a summer associate in 2016. She rejoined Cleary as an associate in 2018 after completing a clerkship.
Controlling stockholder of CBS/Viacom in two pending civil class actions filed in Delaware Court of Chancery following ViacomCBS merger.
Corporate tenant holding a contractual right of first refusal to purchase a parcel under the Times Square Crowne Plaza building in securing an order of specific performance directing the sale of the disputed parcel to tenant prior to discovery.
Ryanair and its CEO in obtaining the dismissal in significant part of a securities class action concerning its labor relations.
HSBC Bank and related entities in defending multibillion-dollar actions related to the Madoff Ponzi scheme and the bankruptcy of Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities.
Senior Articles Editor, Cornell Law Review, Cornell Law School