Jordan C. Blumenthal



Jordan is a skilled attorney with over a decade of legal experience in complex litigation and investigations in the private and public sectors.  He has counseled clients on civil and criminal matters, as well as internal compliance audits, across a wide range of market sectors, including banking and financial services, healthcare, aviation and aerospace, insurance, and the defense industry.  Jordan has extensive experience handling all aspects of eDiscovery for litigation and investigations, from drafting legal hold memoranda and document review protocols to coordinating privilege review and document productions.  In all matters, Jordan applies his keen analytical skills—identifying and prioritizing legal issues, assessing potential resolutions and outcomes, and then strategically martialing the facts—to tailor solutions to meet his clients’ objectives.

Some of Jordan’s recent work experience includes:

  • Managing a team analyzing a corporate compliance program to trace sources of potential concerns and to propose solutions
  • Coordinating large-scale document collection and review processes, including collaboration with and oversight of third-party vendors
  • Drafting discovery motions, motions in limine, and dispositive motions
  • Conducting investigational interviews and synthesizing witness statements
  • Supervising the preparation of expert reports
  • Preparing, deposing, and examining lay and expert witnesses
  • Participating in enforcement agency negotiations

When working in the private sector, Jordan has also maintained an active pro bono practice primarily focused on indigent criminal defense in Chicago’s local courts and prisoner litigation in the federal court system.  In 2016, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois recognized Jordan with its Award for Excellence in Pro Bono Service.

Prior to joining Redgrave LLP, Jordan was a senior associate at Jenner & Block LLP.  Jordan also previously served as general counsel for the Illinois Torture Inquiry and Relief Commission. 


Jordan is a previous member of the Judicial Evaluation Committee of the Chicago Bar Association (2017-2020) and Lawyers in the Classroom (2017-2020). 


Jordan received his J.D. from Stanford Law School and his B.A., magna cum laude, from Brown University.  After law school, he was selected as an E. Barrett Prettyman Fellow at Georgetown University Law Center.  Jordan is admitted to practice in Illinois and the District of Columbia.