Jordan J. La Raia

Associate, Litigation
2000 Wells Fargo Plaza
1000 Louisiana Street
Houston, Texas 77002
t 713.276.5965 f 713.276.6965

Jordan La Raia represents both plaintiffs and defendants in complex commercial disputes, including insurance coverage claims and oil and gas litigation. She is a member of the Firm's Policyholder Specialty Practice Group, frequently representing policyholders, brokers and agents, as well as certain insurers and reinsurers, in difficult, high-stakes cases.

While her clients are predominantly Texas-based entities, Jordan has handled both corporate and litigation assignments in the U.S., Mexico and Canada. Her clients comprise several industries, especially oil and gas and chemical.

As insurance law continues to evolve in Texas, Jordan sees a rise in the need for companies to understand how the indemnity and defense provisions will work in their oil and gas service agreements and insurance policies. Her experience makes her especially qualified to advise and represent clients in the negotiations and litigation of these provisions, the goal being maximum protection and coverage for Firm clients. Clients value Jordan's perspective, combining her experience in litigation, insurance and transactional negotiations.

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