Jordan Roberts

jordan@rlgportland.com , 503-290-2411
Biography
Jordan was born and raised in Portland, OR. He played three years of varsity baseball at Willamette University as an undergraduate before moving graduating in 2008 with a bachelor of arts degree in history. Jordan then earned his Doctor of Jurisprudence from the University of Oregon School of Law in 2011 and is admitted to practice law in the state of Oregon. Since opening Roberts Law Group, Jordan has focused on a wide range of civil litigation issues for both businesses and individuals. His work runs the gamut from breach of contract to personal injury and from business formation to estate litigation. Jordan has worked extensively in areas of consumer protection and is currently a member of the executive committee for the consumer law section of the Oregon Bar. Despite the fact that Oregon does not have a 3-day return policy for vehicles, and that almost all used cars are sold “As Is,” Jordan’s knowledge of consumer protection statutes, including the Unlawful Trade Practices Act, the Lemon Law statute, and the Magnusson Moss Warranty Act, have helped numerous Oregon consumers vindicate their rights against used car dealers that commit fraud or that sell vehicles that break down shortly after purchase. Jordan also has done extensive work helping clients in the areas of landlord-tenant disputes, unlawful debt collection of consumer and student loans, elder abuse violations and violations of the fair credit reporting act. When he’s not working, Jordan can often be found playing indoor soccer, writing and listening to music, or enjoying the great outdoors of the Pacific Northwest with family and friends.
Articles
Jordan has contributed a number of articles to Oregon’s Consumer Law section, which can be read here: As Is Means As-Is…Right? - June 3, 2014: https://consumerlaw.osbar.org/2014/06/03/as-is-means-as-isright/ The Limits of Waiver in a Consumer Transaction – December 4, 2015: https://consumerlaw.osbar.org/2015/12/04/the-limits-of-waiver-in-a-consumer-transaction/ Consumer Attorneys Should Consider Benefits of ORCP 39C(6) Depositions – May 25, 2016: https://consumerlaw.osbar.org/2016/05/25/consumer-attorneys-should-consider-benefits-of-orcp-39c6-depositions/