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Midland Entity Formation, Maintenance and Termination Lawyer
Jordan is a shareholder practicing in the firm's Business and Corporate Law Section. Jordan is licensed to practice in Texas. Jordan represents clients in general business practice and employment related transactions.
When he is away from the office, Jordan enjoys spending time with his wife, Ashley, and their two children. Jordan also enjoys devoting time to various charitable organizations and activities in the community.
About Jordan Irons
Current Employment Position(s)
- Entity Formation, Maintenance and Termination
- Asset and Equity Transfers
- Business Contract Drafting and Review
- Employment Contract Drafting and Review
- Employment Policies Drafting and Review
- Texas, 2016
- Midland County Bar Association, Member
- Midland County Young Lawyers Association, Member
- State Bar of Texas, Member
Classes and Seminars
- Speaker, Current Issues with Employer Compliance Under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), Essentials of Employment Law, Midland, Texas, February 2016
Pro Bono Activities
- Midland Teen Court, Volunteer
- Legal Aid of Northwest Texas, Volunteer
- Baylor University School of Law, Waco, Texas, 2016
Honors: Order of the Barristers - Member
- University of Texas, Austin, Texas, 2011
Minor: Business Administration (Business Foundations)
Accepts Credit Cards
500 West Illinois Ave.Suite 300 Midland, TX 79701- 4337
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