Cynthia M. Jordano’s practice focuses on complex commercial and civil litigation. She has experience in matters involving breach of contract, securities fraud, and a variety of business torts. Cindy also devotes time to pro bono cases, including the representation of an Ethiopian refugee in a successful asylum petition.
Cynthia recently authored "Drawing Fifth Amendment Adverse Inferences Against Corporate Defendants," New York Law Journal (2017).
- A multi-billion dollar fashion retailer in multiple class actions alleging consumer fraud.
- An investment fund pursuing fraud claims against a major investment bank arising out of a failed insurance scheme.
- A minority limited liability company member pursuing contract and other claims related to the improper dilution of its ownership interest in a company.
- A major media company in a land title dispute.
- A multi-billion dollar hedge fund in multiple litigations and investigations arising out of the bankruptcy filing by a communications company in which the fund held a substantial interest.