Jordan Fisher Kaplan is an associate at Higgins, Hopkins, McLain & Roswell, LLC. Mr. Kaplan received his undergraduate degree from UNC Chapel Hill, and his law degree from the University of Houston Law Center. Mr. Kaplan has represented contractors and subcontractors in all types of construction-related disputes for over 10 years. Mr. Kaplan also has significant experience in labor and employment, maritime, and general litigation matters. Prior to beginning his practice of law, Mr. Kaplan performed genetics research in San Antonio, Texas. Mr. Kaplan is licensed to practice in Colorado and Texas.
|Higgins, Hopkins, McLain & Roswell, LLC
|2021 to present|
|Ultegra Financial Partners – General Counsel
|2019 to 2021|
|Royston, Rayzor, Vickery & Williams, LLP – Associate
|2010 to 2019|
- Texas, 2010
- Colorado Supreme Court, 2019
- All Federal District Courts in the states of Colorado and Texas
- Jordan F. Kaplan, Help is on the Way: A Recent Case Sheds Light on Workplace Bullying, 47 Houston L. Rev. 141 (2010).
- Mapping of the serotonin transporter locus (SLC6A4) to rhesus chromosome 16 using genetic linkage. Rogers J, Kaplan J, Garcia R 4th, Shelledy W, Nair S, Cameron J. Cytogenetic Genome Res. 2006 112(3-4).
- An initial genetic linkage map of the rhesus macaque (Macaca mulatta) genome using human microsatellite loci. Rogers J, Garcia R, Shelledy W, Kaplan J, Arya A, Johnson Z, Bergstrom M, Novakowski L, Nair P, Vinson A, Newman D, Heckman G, Cameron J. Genomics 2006 Jan. 87(1), pp. 30 – 38.
- A panel of 20 highly variable microsatellite polymorphisms in rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta) selected for pedigree or population genetic analysis. Rogers J, Bergstrom M, Garcia R 4th, Kaplan J, Arya A, Novakowski L, Johnson Z, Vinson A, Shelledy W. J. Primatology 2005 Nov. 67(3), pp. 377 – 83.