Jordan Schwartz represents clients in purported class actions and multidistrict litigation, particularly consumer fraud class actions in federal and state courts. Mr. Schwartz has successfully represented an array of product manufacturers at both the trial and appellate levels. He successfully has defended pharmaceutical companies in litigation commenced by state attorneys general alleging violations of consumer protection laws. Mr. Schwartz also has extensive experience defending against third-party-payers alleging false advertising in connection with prescription medications.

In addition to representing companies in proceedings involving pharmaceutical and consumer products, Mr. Schwartz has represented the U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform, drafting amicus briefs on its behalf in cases affecting American businesses and authoring articles and white papers pertaining to various litigation reform measures. Mr. Schwartz has written extensively on developments in class action law at both the federal and state levels, developments in state attorney general litigation and trends in aggregate litigation.

Representative cases include:

  • a Fortune 100 pharmaceutical company in state attorneys general enforcement actions and consumer class actions;
  • a Fortune 100 pharmaceutical company in multidistrict litigation involving medical devices;
  • an international car manufacturer in a putative consumer class action;
  • a Fortune 500 manufacturer of consumer appliances in multiple purported consumer class actions;
  • a Fortune 100 pharmaceutical company in multiple third-party-payer suits;
  • a manufacturer of surgical robotic devices in multiple individual actions; and
  • a pro bono representation in connection with the unlawful imprisonment and supervised release of a D.C. inmate.



  • J.D., The George Washington University Law School, 2009
  • B.A., George Washington University, 2006


  • District of Columbia

Jordan M. Schwartz

Associate, Mass Torts, Insurance and Consumer Litigation