Jason Jurgens

Jason Jurgens concentrates his practice on civil litigation and regulatory investigations, principally involving the financial services industry, financial markets, and financial instruments, including matters concerning derivatives, swaps, commodities, futures, options, structured products, and securities. He practices before the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) and the Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC).

Jason advises financial institutions, hedge funds, corporations, and issuers regarding their rights and obligations in connection with complex contractual arrangements that involve structured finance agreements, guaranteed investment contracts (GICs), offering documents, indentures, collateral management agreements, servicing agreements, swaps, energy management agreements, and BOLI contracts. He counsels clients regarding the litigation risks inherent in contemplated transactions and business strategies, and he provides guidance to clients on how to minimize or avoid such risks when they exist. Jason also negotiates resolutions to disputes arising out of such arrangements. In addition, Jason conducts internal investigations and compliance reviews for major financial institutions, corporate clients, and a commodity exchange. He also counsels individual brokers, market participants, and executives involved in regulatory investigations. [1]