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Overview

Jordan utilizes his background in law and economics, as well as his MBA, to understand each client’s unique business and develop tailored strategies to address specific needs.

He focuses his practice on corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, and regulatory issues. Jordan enjoys using his MBA and legal background to help clients navigate the increasingly complex and ever-shifting business landscape. He works with companies in all stages, including tech-focused startups on the front lines of innovation and large, established manufacturers.

In addition to his M&A practice, Jordan helps alcohol beverage clients develop strategies to comply with complex regulatory issues.


Services

Recognition

  • Missouri Bar Pro Bono Wall of Fame, 2017-2019

Education

  • J.D., Saint Louis University School of Law
    • Academic Excellence Award, Torts, Fall 2013
    • Judge Robert G. Dowd Sr. Appellate Advocacy Award, Moot Court II
    • Dean’s Scholar
  • MBA, Saint Louis University
  • B.S., Saint Louis University
    • Business Administration
    • cum laude

Admissions

  • Missouri

Professional Memberships and Certifications

  • Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis
  • The Missouri Bar
Experience
  • During quickly changing coronavirus shutdown statutes, provided U.S.-based packing designer and distributor with designated essential business and supplier letters.
  • Assisted international packaging company amid COVID-19 pandemic with Force majeure, termination and amendment clauses in facility leases and warehouse equipment purchase agreements.
Media Mentions | January 01, 2018
ABA Business Law Today: Month-In-Brief: Mergers and Acquisitions

Jordan Elliott and Andrea Stephens explore year-end developments in three different M&A matters.

Outside the Office

Jordan enjoys traveling with his wife, playing basketball and cooking.

Community Leadership

Missouri Bar Pro Bono Wall of Fame, 2018

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