Jordan Kovnot

Contact Info:

591 Mantua Blvd, Suite 200
Sewell, NJ 08080

Direct: 215-499-3372
Office: 856-669-2579
Fax: 856-232-1601

Specializing in:

Jordan Kovnot is a general corporate and technology attorney whose practice focuses on contract drafting and negotiation in addition to matters relating to e-commerce and compliance with privacy laws. Jordan has extensive experience drafting software licensing agreements including platform licenses, white label and reseller agreements, and database licenses, confidentiality agreements, and online terms of service and privacy policies. Jordan regularly advises companies of varying size, from start-ups to mid-size firms, on licensing strategies, contract negotiations, settlement negotiations, trademark registrations, business formation, and data breach response.

Prior Experience
Prior to his arrival at Lauletta Birnbaum, Jordan was an associate at OlenderFeldman, LLP where he worked extensively with software and technology clients, with a focus on businesses servicing the pharmaceutical industry that handle sensitive healthcare data. Jordan also served as an Adjunct Professor at Fordham Law School in New York City, teaching a course in Internet Law.

Previously Jordan was the Privacy Fellow and Interim Director of Fordham Law School’s Center on Law and Information Policy (“CLIP”). While at CLIP, Jordan worked in the areas of Internet and privacy law, with a focus on issues of intermediary liability, children’s privacy and privacy education. Jordan created a first-of-its-kind privacy education program, a comprehensive curriculum designed to educate middle-school students on the interplay of popular technologies, privacy and reputation management. That curriculum is now taught by law student volunteers at law schools across the country, including Fordham, Harvard, Yale and Georgetown.

Jordan also worked as the Privacy and Technology Analyst at the New York law firm DeVore & DeMarco, LLP, where he specialized in analyzing complex issues related to information privacy and security and compliance with international, regional and local laws on data security. He also previously worked as a legal intern with the New York Attorney General’s Office Internet Bureau.

Prior to law school, Jordan was part of the Teach For America program through which he served as a public school Kindergarten teacher in Camden, NJ.

J.D., magna cum laude, Fordham Law School (2011). Stein Public Interest Scholar.
B.A., Dartmouth College (2004).

Bar Admission
New York
New Jersey

Scholarly Research
(available on SSRN &

• Privacy and Cloud Computing in Public Schools, with Joel Reidenberg, et al., December 2013

• Internet Jurisdiction: A Survey of Legal Scholarship Published in English and United States Case Law, with Reidenberg, et al., August 2013.

• Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act: A Survey of the Legal Literature and Reform Proposals, with Reidenberg, et al., April 2012.

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