Jason Jurgens is the leader of Jones Day’s global, cross-disciplinary LIBOR transition team, which is advising several large financial institutions, investment managers, corporates and leading industry groups around the world regarding the financial market’s ongoing transition from LIBOR to alternative reference rates. A litigator, Jason’s LIBOR-related advice typically focuses on the various legal and regulatory risks arising from transition strategies, legacy contracts, and market developments, including state and federal legislation initiatives. Prior to focusing his practice on the LIBOR transition, Jason had nearly 20 years of experience litigating civil matters and conducting internal investigations, principally involving the financial services industry, including matters concerning CLOs, CRE, RMBS, derivatives, commodities, futures, options, and structured products. Among those matters were some of the earliest and largest civil actions arising from the last financial crisis, some of the most complex bankruptcies involving swaps and structured finance arrangements, and numerous investigations and disputes arising from corporate finance and accounting practices.
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