As of counsel to the firm, Jordan Rushie’s practice is focused on state and federal civil litigation, with an emphasis on First Amendment, defamation, libel, slander, anti-SLAPP suits, intellectual property, computer fraud and abuse, trademark, and zoning. Rushie handles matters for the Randazza Legal Group throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey, and frequently tries civil cases before juries. Some of Rushie’s representative clients include bloggers, civic associations, car dealerships accused of trademark infringement, and real estate developers. Rushie serves as Randazza Legal Group’s trial attorney.
Rushie was selected by Super Lawyers as a Pennsylvania Rising Star in 2012 and 2014. No more than 2.5 percent of the lawyers in the state are named to the list. In 2014, along with Marc Randazza, Rushie testified before the Pennsylvania Senate Judicial Committee, urging the Commonwealth to adopt sensible anti-SLAPP legislation. Rushie and Randazza also tried the first BitTorrent copyright case ever to see the inside of a courtroom, referred to as “The Bellwether Trial.” Rushie’s cases are often followed by media sources like TechDirt, CNET, the Philadelphia Inquirer, and even the BBC.
Rushie is a graduate of the Temple University School of Law. While in law school, he served as a Superior Court Judicial Intern for the Honorable Richard Klein. Rushie is also the co-author of Philly Law Blog, which was selected by the American Bar Association as a top 100 legal blog in 2012 and 2013.
Professional Memberships & Neighborhood Organizations
Fishtown Area Business Association, Board Member
Fishtown Neighbors Association, Vice President, Zoning Committee Member
Temple Law Alumni Association
Brehon Law Society of Philadelphia
Pennsylvania Bar Association, Civil and Equal Rights Committee
Pennsylvania Bar Association, Federal Courts Committee
Pennsylvania Bar Association, Unauthorized Practice of Law Committee
Philadelphia Bar Association
Federal Bar Association, Intellectual Property Section
First Amendment Lawyers Association