Jordan Romanoff is an intellectual property litigation associate in the New York office of Kirkland & Ellis LLP. His practice focuses on litigation and counseling in the fields of copyright, trademark, right of publicity, art, internet, and advertising law. He represents and advises clients across a wide range of industries, including entertainment and media, fashion, technology, and consumer products. Jordan is a frequent speaker and active member of bar associations such as the International Trademark Association, where he sits on the Copyright Committee.
“Oracle Tells Justices Google Was 'Too Desperate To Innovate',” Law360, 2020.
"Princeton, Facebook Dodge IP Suit Over AI Data, For Now," Law360, 2019.
"Publishing Giants Sue Audible Over Text Captions," Law360, 2019.
"Fox News Tells Supreme Court to Reject TVEyes Petition," Hollywood Reporter, 2018.
"TVEyes Takes Fox News Copyright Fight To Supreme Court," Law360, 2018.
Co-authored, with Dale Cendali, “Introduction for the Chambers Trade Marks 2020 Guide,” Trade Marks, Chambers Global Practice Guides, 2020.
Co-authored, with Claudia Ray and Bonnie Jarrett, “USA Law and Practice,” Trade Marks, Chambers Global Practice Guides, 2018.
Memberships & Affiliations
Member of the Copyright Committee, International Trademark Association (INTA)
Member of Fashion Law Committee, New York City Bar
Admissions & Qualifications
- 2016New York
- United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
- United States District Court for the Southern District of New York
- University of Pennsylvania Carey Law SchoolJ.D.2015
Recipient of the W. Foster Reeve, Ill Prize
Associate Editor, Journal of International Law
- Georgetown University Walsh School of Foreign ServiceB.S., Foreign Service, Culture and Politicscum laude2012