Jordan Tabak is an experienced trial attorney dedicated to employing efficient litigation strategies that identify from the outset how to maximize the strengths and mitigate the challenges for every case he handles. Jordan uses his understanding of how products are designed and manufactured, and the relationships he has developed with many plaintiff’s attorneys, to take a unique strategic approach to every case to effectively posture cases for summary judgment, mediation, or trial.
In his practice, Jordan represents some of the world’s largest manufacturers of motor vehicles, motorcycles, ATVs, power tools, boat engines, and medical devices in complex cases involving catastrophic injury, wrongful death, traumatic brain injury, paralysis and consumer warranty Lemon Law claims. Jordan has also represented a variety of product manufacturers in large-scale commercial contract disputes. By concentrating on the defense of products, Jordan has become well versed in his client’s commitment to manufacturing safe, efficient, and affordable products, and he is uniquely prepared to assist in all phases of litigation, including preparation of corporate and expert witnesses for deposition and trial, that helps those individuals effectively explain how the product at issue is safe and reliable.
Prior to joining Bowman and Brooke, Jordan focused on insurance defense work and handled general liability, insurance coverage, and insurance bad faith cases. He regularly obtained summary judgment for his clients, including summary judgment that was affirmed by the Second District Court of Appeals in Brown v. Mid-Century Ins. Co. (2013) 215 Cal.App.4th 841, 844.
Outside of the office, Jordan enjoys spending time with his wife, Rachel, and his young children, Max and Alexis, driving and working on his cars, surfing and bodybuilding.