Jordan Lurie

Jordan Lurie, Of Counsel

1875 Century Park East, Suite 1000
Los Angeles, CA 90067

P: 310.712.8155 | F: 310.943.0396
Jordan.Lurie@CapstoneLawyers.com

Jordan Lurie is of counsel with Capstone Law.  He is the firm’s senior litigator, and his main practice area is plaintiffs’ securities and consumer fraud.  Jordan has obtained settlements in excess of $100 million in actions where he was lead or co-lead counsel.  Notable cases where Jordan served as lead counsel include: In re: Apria Healthcare Group Secs. Litig., where Jordan settled on behalf of investors for $42 million in a securities fraud class action; Morganstein v. Aura Systems, where he settled claims for $18 million in a securities fraud class action; and In re Quintus Secs. Litig., a securities fraud class action which settled for $10.1 million. Jordan was named as one of Southern California’s “Super Lawyers” for 2011 and 2012.

Jordan spent most of his career, prior to joining Capstone, at a national plaintiffs’ law firm specializing in corporate securities and consumer class actions, where he was the managing partner of the firm’s Los Angeles office.  Jordan graduated from the University of Southern California Gould School of Law in 1987, where he was Notes Editor of the University of Southern California Law Review.  He received his undergraduate degree with honors from Yale University.

When not litigating, Jordan is an active educator and community leader.  Jordan participated in the first Wexner Heritage Foundation leadership program in Los Angeles and holds leadership and executive positions in various organizations in the Los Angeles community.  He has also been the featured speaker at California MCLE seminars regarding securities fraud and class actions, and has authored several publications for the California Continuing Education of the Bar.  He is admitted to practice in California and before the United States District Court for the Northern, Eastern, Central, and Southern Districts of California and the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.