Jordan E. Ondatje focuses her practice on civil litigation, business and employment matters. Her experience includes guiding individuals and business entities through complex real estate and business transactions, prosecuting employment violations, and representing plaintiffs in various civil litigation matters. Jordan advises corporations, limited liability companies, and partnerships in matters including entity formation, corporate maintenance, tax, and employment. Jordan also assists clients in the formation of qualified opportunity zone funds and counsels opportunity zone investors through the complex requirements to maximize their tax benefits.
Co-Author: “Is It Time To Revisit The Feres Doctrine? The Disparate Treatment of Active Duty Military Personnel under the Federal Tort Claims Act,” 22 J. L. BUS. & ETHICS (Feb. 2016)
IR Global Rising Star 2019
CALI Awards for excellence in Legal Research & Writing, Evidence, Wills & Trusts, and Health Law & Policy
During law school, Jordan externed for the Honorable Cynthia Bashant and the Honorable Michael M. Anello of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California.
She also worked for an employment law firm in San Diego and interned at the University of San Diego Legal Clinics.
Jordan is originally from Maui and enjoys going to the beach, Pilates, and spending time with family and friends in her spare time.