Cliff Gordon grew up in Corpus Christi. After receiving his undergraduate degree from Yale, Mr. Gordon returned to Texas and obtained his law degree at the University of Houston. He then returned to Corpus Christi, where he has practiced law ever since.
Mr. Gordon has enjoyed practicing in a variety of areas, including civil law--both plaintiff and defense--and criminal law--both as a prosecutor and defense attorney. He has argued appeals before the two highest courts in Texas--the Texas Supreme Court and Court of Criminal Appeals--as well as the Fifth Circuit and the Texas courts of appeals. Mr. Gordon also successfully defended a law firm’s Internet domain name before the World Intellectual Property Organization.
In 2017, Mr. Gordon joined Anderson Alexander, where he focuses on wage and hour litigation on behalf of thousands of plaintiffs across the United States.