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The Team assembled for any particular engagement is one that has the relevant diversity and depth of experience to meet the client’s needs. Maintaining quality control at the partner level is an express overriding objective. The experience and combined backgrounds brought by the Team elevates it to the level of legal skills required to render efficient and productive services, with a professional staff that has extensive years of experience in real estate, banking, securities, bankruptcy, and civil litigation and criminal defense.

In addition, our attorneys have broad education accomplishments, including editors of the law review, Masters of Business Administration, Masters of Public Administration, Masters of Government Administration and Masters of Laws.

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SECDEF Urged to Protect Troops from Sexual Assault Through Equity Boards

Jordan Guydon LLP

WASHINGTON, D.C., Feb. 11, 2021 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — The Washington D.C., metropolitan-based law firm of Jordan Guydon, LLP, announced today a plan to reduce sexual assault and harassment in the military. “Our plan recommends that Secretary of Defense Austin update 75-year-old architecture,” said managing partner Attorney Daryle A. Jordan, a former Army lawyer and veteran of the Gulf War.

Former Military Officers Seek Greater Due Process for CA Bonus Troops

Col. Ret. Howard G. Cooley

WASHINGTON, D.C., Dec. 6, 2016 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Two former military officers of the Washington D.C. law firm of Jordan Guydon sent letters today to U.S. Senator Boxer, other Congressional leaders, the Secretary of Defense and Secretary of the Army, urging the strengthening of due process for the California National Guard bonus recipients. The two are Darlye Jordan, managing partner of the firm and a former Army major who advised commanders during the Gulf War; and, Howard G. Cooley, of-counsel, and a retired Army colonel.