Jordan Lowe is an associate who concentrates his practice in the areas of coverage litigation, general commercial litigation, and public entity coverage. His practice includes providing pre-litigation counsel to clients on complex coverage issues and representing insurance companies in coverage litigation.

Jordan has represented insurance and reinsurance clients in coverage disputes involving concussion-related injury class actions, multi-district general liability claims, long-tail environmental and health hazard claims, construction defect matters, and public entity insurance disputes.  In addition to his coverage practice, Jordan represents domestic and foreign corporations in complex commercial litigation.

Representative Matters

Michigan Millers Mut. Ins. Co. v. Westport Insurance Corporation (f/k/a Employers Reins.), No. 1:14-cv-00151 (W.D. Mich.) Successfully represented reinsurer in a dispute against its cedent regarding the allocation between multiple reinsurance treaties of $14 million in loss and claim expense that the cedent incurred in connection with five underlying lawsuits, including bad faith claims for failure-to-settle.  Issues involved examination of bad faith liability as between umbrella and primary claims handling, as well as protection of reinsurer communications within its in-house legal department.


Concussion Claims: Coming to a Head (Chicago, March 2015)


“CTE Before the Grave:  A Game Changer for Concussion Litigation,” in CLM Magazine (April 2018)

Transportation of Shale Oil and Gas Resources in Environmental and Health Issues in Unconventional Oil and Gas Development,  (Debra Kaden & Tracie Rose eds., 2016) (co-author)

"Choice-of-Law Issues Regarding Coverage," in Insurance Law (Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education, 2015)