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Intelligent. Versatile. Effective.


Life is short. Let us help you make it matter.

Protect valuable creations.
Knock bullies down to size.
Right financial wrongs.
Gain strategic advantage.
Turn visions into reality.


Some clients are looking to build a successful business future. Others are facing the biggest crisis of their professional or personal lives.

Whatever your needs, Fletcher Law strives to deliver exceptional legal counsel in a manner that is down-to-earth and empowering.

We offer intellectual property and commercial services to clients in media, tech, creative fields, and the arts. We protect and enforce copyright, trademark, privacy, and contractual rights. We litigate and resolve disputes and serve as outside general counsel on transactional matters.

Our solutions are thoughtful, efficient, thorough, and daring. You and your business may just be transformed in the process.

We believe in integrity, responsiveness, humility, creativity, and professionalism. Those can sometimes feel like lost arts in the legal profession. But we aim to leave the World a better place than we found it.

Jordan Fletcher Lawyer NYC


Over the course of his legal career, Jordan has represented cutting-edge design firms, street artists, filmmakers, celebrity chefs, writers, tech startups, event producers, spirits and cannabis innovators, blue-chip consumer brands, international banks, and iconoclast hedge funds.

Before founding Fletcher Law, Jordan practiced at premier global litigation firm Quinn Emanuel, intellectual property boutique Kushnirsky Gerber, and Satterlee Stephens. He served as a law clerk for the Honorable Victor Marrero in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York.

Jordan has also worked on human rights and environmental projects on five continents, and as a radio and print journalist. He’s reported on fracking lawsuits in Texas and a double-murder in a small Maine mill town; produced advocacy media in Central Asia; and researched land rights of forest communities in East Africa. He was a William J. Clinton Fellow in South India, investigating acts of torture committed during the government's decade-long hunt for a notorious forest bandit.

Jordan is a father and husband, and has been dubbed the family “dog mom.” He tends a small fruit orchard on old pastureland in upstate New York.
Jordan is a member of the Copyright & Literary Property Committee of the New York City Bar Association, and its Sub-Committee on Artificial Intelligence.

NYU School of Law
The Salt Institute for Documentary Studies
Wesleyan University

New York, Texas, Southern District of New York, Eastern District of New York, Second Circuit Court of Appeals

Selected Media

"An artist who appeared nude in a Marina Abramovic piece sues MoMA, alleging it failed to protect him from sexual assault"
"The artist, the porn star and the snake: Copyright case against Koons"
"Short seller tries to lift lid on surveillance tactics"
Financial Times
"Jeff Koons Sued Yet Again for Copyright Infringement"
"Can Graffiti Be Copyrighted?"
The Atlantic
"Street Artists Sues American Eagle For Using His Work In . . . Just About Everything"


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