Clark Hill Attorney Jordan S. Bolton Featured in Oakland County Legal News
BIRMINGHAM, MI – Jordan S. Bolton, a Member of the Firm’s Litigation group, was recently featured in the Oakland County Legal News article, “Getting to Know: Jordan S. Bolton.” The article asks pertinent questions of Jordan, such as what is most surprising about his work, and what advice he’d give to someone considering law school.
When asked what is Jordan’s proudest moment as a lawyer, he responded, “My proudest moments as an attorney have all come when I have been able to conclude a pro bono engagement in a way that genuinely helped someone in need achieve an end that they would not have been able to achieve without pro bono assistance.”
Jordan S. Bolton focuses his practice on helping business leaders, in-house counsel, and individuals remove barriers to success by providing creative dispute resolution and transactional services. Core to Jordan’s work is a national complex commercial litigation practice (emphasizing on consumer, contract, copyright, fraud, real estate, shareholder, supply chain, and trademark matters).
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