Jordan is a commercial and regulatory lawyer.
Since joining the firm in 2007, he has developed particular expertise in the electricity and telecommunications, media and technology sectors. He is based in Webb Henderson’s Auckland office and has advised clients in New Zealand, Australia, Asia, Europe, the Middle East and the Pacific Islands.
Jordan’s telecommunications expertise spans both commercial and regulatory matters, where he has been closely involved in large and small-scale projects such as next generation access networks, interconnection, co-location and managed services. Jordan is the co-author of the New Zealand chapter of Australian Telecommunications Regulation, a textbook published by CCH.
Jordan’s media law work has included advice on access to premium content, the review and reform of New Zealand’s media regulation framework and broadcasting agreements.
In the technology sector, Jordan advises suppliers and purchasers on outsourcing, technology transactions and mergers and acquisitions. He has particular specialised expertise in cloud computing, intellectual property policy, mobile money regulation and data protection issues.
In the electricity sector, Jordan advises generators, distributors and retailers on both commercial and regulatory matters. Electricity-specific matters on which Jordan has advised include the deployment and regulation of smart meters, consumer protection law reform, technology and telecommunications-related projects and mergers and acquisitions. In 2014 he completed a secondment with a recently-listed generator and retailer.
Outside of these sectors, Jordan has advised clients on competition law, consumer law, public policy and general commercial law.