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Jordan S. Joachim
Associate
New York +1 212 841 1086 jjoachim@cov.com Download V-card

Jordan Joachim is a litigation associate in the firm’s New York office. He focuses on white collar defense and investigations and complex civil litigation, including contract, securities, trade secret, and privacy-related litigation. Mr. Joachim also advises clients on issues relating to cybersecurity, data privacy, and trade secrets.

  • Representation of companies, officers, and directors in securities class actions.
  • Advising professional sports entities on cyber security issues.
  • Representation of a political committee in an investigation by the Chief Enforcement Counsel of the New York State Board of Elections and related litigation.
  • Defense of the World Anti-Doping Agency against defamation claims arising from its investigation into doping by Russian athletes.
  • Representation of a professional sports team in a class action lawsuit challenging the team’s ticketing policy.
  • Representation of a technology company in connection with law enforcement surveillance requests.
  • Defense of an individual in a federal criminal prosecution involving allegations of wire fraud.
  • Representation of a pharmaceutical company in an internal investigation involving allegations of channel stuffing.
  • Advising a hedge fund in connection with an investigation of suspected theft of intellectual property.

Pro Bono

  • Representation of a state prisoner in a New York State CPL 440 appeal.