Jordan A. Weber


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Jordan is a leading restructuring counsel with a dynamic and multi-faceted practice. He represents statutory and ad hoc committees, creditors, debtors and other parties in major restructuring matters, including in Puerto Rico, GNC and PG&E. Jordan has extensive experience negotiating large debtor-in-possession financing and adequate protection arrangements, structuring reorganization plans, and identifying risks and opportunities for distressed investors in credits across a wide range of industry verticals.

Prior to joining O’Melveny, Jordan was an associate at top-tier law firms in New York City and Los Angeles. Prior to attending law school, Jordan worked as an investment banking analyst at a bulge-bracket investment bank.


  • Portuguese


  • California
  • New York


  • Harvard Law School, J.D., Editor-in-Chief, Harvard Business Law Review
  • Brigham Young University, BS, Accountancy

Professional Activities

  • Board of Governors, Financial Lawyers Conference
  • Represented an ad hoc group of cross-over lenders in the restructuring and sale of GNC.
  • Represented a large national retailer in its out-of-court restructuring and liability management transactions.
  • Represented the Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors in PG&E’s $59 billion chapter 11 restructuring.
  • Represented Ares Management as sponsor, DIP lender, and largest creditor in the $1 billion prepackaged restructuring of Gastar Exploration.
  • Represented acquirer and single largest creditor in bankruptcy of $1.2 billion hotel empire, leading the CMBS refinancing and claims litigation efforts.
  • Represented Citibank as administrative agent for Avaya’s prepetition credit facility and $725 million DIP credit facility in connection with Avaya’s chapter 11 restructuring.
  • Represented the administrative agent and a steering committee of bank lenders for the workout of Enduro Resource Partners’ reserve-based loan.
  • Served as lead associate representing an ad-hoc creditor group in the successful restructuring of the Government Development Bank of Puerto Rico.
  • Served as lead restructuring associate for the $2 billion cross-border Brazilian restructuring of a major oil services company.
  • Advised ad hoc group of noteholders holding approximately $1 billion in bonds issued by a distressed real estate company on forbearance agreements and indenture amendments.