Jordan A. Dresnick is an experienced antitrust attorney with a national practice focusing on trade and e-commerce regulation. A graduate of Columbia Law School in the City of New York, Jordan has successfully tried cases to verdict involving electronic trade regulation, competition law, antitrust, and related contracts. As a trial lawyer, he has argued precedent setting cases from trial thru the appellate levels, prevailing in having federal and state courts invalidate statues that improperly restrain trade. The verdicts from Jordan’s cases have changed the manner in which trade is conducted in digital marketplaces. As a leading antitrust scholar, Jordan has been published by Yale University, Harvard University, UCLA, among others, and cited in the Harvard Law Review and proceedings before the United States Supreme Court. As an academic, Jordan served as a Visiting Scholar of Law at Columbia University Law School, where he focused on trade and antitrust law. He has practiced at the law firms of Holland & Knight LLP and Baker & McKenzie. As a leader in the legal community, Jordan is an elected Governor of The Florida Bar, having earned the most number of votes by his peers in Florida, and also serves as the President of the Spellman-Hoeveler American Inns of Court. He previously served as the 101st President of the Dade County Bar and the Wilkie D. Ferguson Junior Bar Association. As an educator, Jordan has organized 240 conferences, educational programs, and events, attended by over 44,000 judges and lawyers – including the single largest legal event of its kind in the United States in 2018. Jordan was a graduate student in the Department of Mathematics of the University of Chicago, and also studied at the University of Virginia and University of Miami. An avid fan of Broadway, Jordan has attended over 800 shows on the Great White Way.