Burge Details Risks of Securities-Backed Loans in PIABA Bar Journal Article

Jason Burge, a partner in Fishman Haygood’s Litigation Section, authored the article “Investors Cornered: The Risks of Securities-Backed Loans” published in the most recent edition of the PIABA Bar Journal, a publication of the Public Investors Advocate Bar Association (PIABA). Burge explores several risks and disadvantages of securities-backed loans that are not as well understood or publicized, including high expense ratios and the potential for investors to become trapped into a relationship with a broker or investment advisor, among others. Click here to read the article.

Established in 1990, PIABA is an educational and networking international bar association for attorneys who represent public investors in securities disputes. Burge serves as editor-in-chief of the journal.

Jason Burge has more than fifteen years of experience recovering funds for victims of financial misconduct in single plaintiff, mass action, and class action cases against banks, loan servicers, stockbrokers, and investment firms. He represents individual and institutional investors and borrowers in securities fraud and lender liability cases in state court, federal court, and bankruptcy court, as well as various arbitral forums including FINRA, AAA, and JAMS. Read more about his practice here.