Jordan A. Shaw is a partner at Zebersky Payne, LLP. He is Chair of the firm’s Consumer Litigation Practice Group and Co-Chair of the firm’s Commercial Litigation Practice Group. A 2016 and 2017 Super Lawyers Rising Star, Mr. Shaw represents individuals and businesses in matters involving complex commercial litigation, consumer litigation, financial services litigation, and class action litigation. Mr. Shaw also acts as outside general counsel for his business clients, advising on issues involving contracts, leasing, stock or membership transfers, and other corporate matters. Mr. Shaw has represented clients ranging from entrepreneurial start-ups and individual consumers, to publicly traded companies and classes of thousands.
Licensed in state and federal courts in Florida, Mr. Shaw has experience litigating partnership disputes, derivative actions, and other business tort cases, including a multi-million-dollar securities fraud jury-trial and a precedent-setting logistics case involving 1.8 million dollars in stolen Sony electronics. As Chair of the firm’s Consumer Litigation Practice Group, Mr. Shaw has in-depth knowledge of federal and state consumer protection regulations, and handles cases involving improper robocalls (TCPA), consumer debt collection (FCCPA & FDCPA), mortgage and lending fraud issues (TILA & RESPA), and other financial services matters.
Mr. Shaw serves on the University of Miami Law Alumni Association Board of Directors, and has lectured at the University of Miami School of Law and various continuing legal education seminars. He has been nominated for the South Florida Business Journal’s 40 under 40 list, and South Florida Business and Wealth’s “Up and Comer” Award, and has been featured in publications such as the Daily Business Review, Local 10 News, The Miami Herald, The Transportation Lawyer, and cvn.com.
Prior to joining Zebersky Payne, Jordan A. Shaw, Esq. was the Managing Partner and co-founder of the South Florida business and trial firm, Shaw Lewenz, LLC, and completed two federal judicial externships, one with Federal Magistrate, Alicia M. Otazo Reyes, and another with the Honorable James Lawrence King.
Mr. Shaw is an alumnus of The University of Miami School of Law, graduating Magna Cum Laude and receiving membership to the Order of the Coif, a national honor given only to those “who have demonstrated the highest academic achievement.”
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