Jordan Schlossberg

Jordan Schlossberg

  • Partner

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Practice Areas

  • Plaintiff's complex and catastrophic personal injury 70%
  • Bad faith insurance 10%
  • Commercial Litigation 10%
  • Fiduciary/Orphans' Court litigation 10%

Biography

Jordan Schlossberg has obtained numerous multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements on behalf of Astor Weiss clients and is a leader and rising star of the Pennsylvania bar. Jordan has been selected by his peers as a "Rising Star" in Philadelphia Magazine's SuperLawyers edition from 2012 through the present. In 2018, he was selected as a Lawyer on the Fast Track by the Legal Intelligencer, which is limited to 30 attorneys across the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Jordan is an active member of the Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association and Pennsylvania Association for Justice. He previously served as a liaison between the Young Lawyers Divisions of the Philadelphia Bar Association and Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association. Jordan additionally serves as a Certified Judge Pro Tem and Arbitrator on behalf of the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas.

Jordan is the youngest partner in the history of Astor Weiss, with his practice focused on personal injury, commercial, and estate litigation. He is a licensed member of the bar in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey and is admitted to practice in the Federal Courts for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, Middle District of Pennsylvania, the District of New Jersey as well as the Third Circuit Court of Appeals.

Mr. Schlossberg graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in 2005 and thereafter graduated from Widener University School of Law in 2009 where he earned the Greenwatch Institute Scholarship Award and graduated with Pro Bono Distinction. During law school, Jordan participated in the J.D. Alternative Break in Israel where he consulted with Holocaust Survivors and Darfurian refugees. In an effort to advance his trial practice, Mr. Schlossberg returned to the classroom in 2020 and obtained a Masters of Law (LL.M.) in Trial Advocacy, where he graduated "with honors" from Temple University Beasley School of Law, the nation's #1 ranked school for Trial Advocacy as reported by US News and World Report.

Jordan lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and enjoys attending live concert performances and exercising.

 

Education

  • University of Pittsburgh
    • B.A. – 2005
    • Major: Political Science
  • Delaware Law School, Wilmington, Delaware
    • J.D. – 2009
  • Temple University Beasley School of Law, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    • LL.M. – 2020
    • Major: Trial Advocacy

Bar Admissions

  • Pennsylvania
  • New Jersey

Professional Associations

  • Pennsylvania Association for Justice, 2012 to Present
  • Philadelphia Trial Lawyers Association, 2012 to Present
  • American Association for Justice, 2012 to Present

Honors

  • Super Lawyers Rising Star
  • Legal Intelligencer Lawyer on the Fast Track

Classes & Seminars

  • Young Lawyer Division Bootcamp, Philadelphia Bar Association, 2018 to 2018

Pro-Bono Activities

  • Certified Judge Pro Tem (Phila. CCP), 2018 to Present
  • Certified Arbitrator (Phila. CCP), 2011 to Present
  • Lobbied on Capitol Hill with PAAJ in support of defeating HB 1064 (relating to emergency care immunity)

Representative Clients

  • Hill v. DelVal Staffing, et al.; Phila. CCP (2015); played leading role in $5.7M global settlement for 15 plaintiffs claiming damages against the same entity under the Workers’ Compensation Act and tort liability.
  • Partlow v. Gray; Phila. CCP (2016); first chair trial responsibilities in wrongful death/survival action resulting in $3.1M verdict, affirmed on appeal, concluding in confidential bad faith settlement totaling an amount 133 times greater than the underlying policy limits.
  • Bentwood Historic Condo. Assoc. v. Gropper, Phila. CCP (2016); first chair responsibilities in obtaining $75,281.00 final judgment and permanent injunction.
  • Zabielski v. Just Right Construction, et al., Phila. C.C.P. (2020); $725,000.00 non-mediated settlement, 9th largest construction settlement of 2020 - Verdict Search (Northeast)
  • Khan v. Branch et al., (2020) $2.4M (including $1M punitive damages) bench trial verdict.
  • Confidential multi-million dollar recovery for the Estate of a patient of an addiction treatment center who died as a result of an overdose (2022)