represents individuals and entities in a range of securities
and general commercial cases. Mr. Factor also has
considerable experience representing clients before state
and federal appellate courts.
Mr. Factor has significant securities litigation experience,
representing investors suffering losses in various financial
products and in complex fraudulent schemes. In addition, Mr.
Factor represents banks in a wide range of cases, including
lender liability and employment actions. Mr. Factor also
litigates general commercial matters including partnership
disputes and breach of contract actions and has brought
cases to vindicate individuals' constitutional rights.
On behalf of his clients, Mr. Factor has prosecuted or
defended individual actions, class actions, mass actions,
and shareholder derivative suits. Mr. Factor has obtained
successful results for his clients in state and federal
court litigation, bankruptcy proceedings, and arbitrations
before the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority.
Through Mr. Factor's intelligent and tenacious
representation, his defense clients have obtained dismissal
of the claims asserted against them and his plaintiff
clients have received awards fully compensating them for
their losses, including awards of punitive damages and
attorney's fees, as well as settlements up to eight figures.
Mr. Factor has also briefed and argued over a dozen appeals,
in areas as diverse as constitutional rights, federal
sovereign immunity, landlord-tenant law, insurance bad
faith, and real estate litigation.
As a result of Mr. Factor's success, 5280 Magazine has
recognized him as a "Rising Star" of the Colorado legal
profession for several years.
Mr. Factor is Co-Chair of the Securities Subsection of the
Colorado Bar Association, a member of the governing council
of the Litigation Section of the Colorado Bar Association, a
member of the Criminal Justice Act panel of the United
States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, and a member
of State Senator Michael Johnston’s Citizens Cabinet. Mr.
Factor is the author of “Making Crooks Pay: The Path to
Non-Dischargeable Securities Judgments,” The Colorado
Lawyer, Vol. 41, No. 3, March 2012.
Mr. Factor graduated summa cum laude from Brandeis
University in 2000 and received his law degree from Yale Law
School in 2004. At Yale, Jordan was on the Editorial Board
of the Yale Law Journal and was Co-Chairman of the Morris
Tyler Moot Court of Appeals. After law school, Mr. Factor
served two terms as a law clerk for the Hon. Carlos Lucero
on the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit.
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