Logan S. Fisher


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Logan S. Fisher
Logan S. Fisher

  • Duquesne University School of Law, J.D., magna cum laude, 2009
  • Temple University, B.B.A, Law and Business, 2006
Bar Admissions
  • New Jersey, 2009
  • New York, 2010
Court Admissions
  • U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey, 2009
Professional Affiliations
  • American Bar Association
  • New Jersey State Bar Association
  • New York State Bar Association

Logan Fisher is a principal in the firm’s Securities practice group, passionately and effectively advocating on behalf of broker-dealers, financial advisors, private equity, crowdfunding and other financial services professionals.

Logan’s practice is primarily devoted to representing broker-dealers and registered representatives in securities litigation, including customer-initiated complaints with self-regulatory organizations such as the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). He has successfully handled numerous arbitrations involving a variety of claims, including fraud, misrepresentation, unsuitability, unauthorized trading and churning. Logan also has experience counseling individual financial advisors regarding Form U4 and U5 disclosures.

In his securities regulatory practice, Logan has represented broker-dealer and registered investment advisor clients in a variety of state and industry investigations, including those related to selling away and alleged violations of the Investment Advisers Act. He has also counseled registered investment advisor clients concerning required disclosures under Form ADV.

Logan also represents individual entrepreneurs and business organizations in connection with the formation of corporate entities, crowdfunding ventures, and litigation before state and federal courts in New Jersey and New York.

A magna cum laude graduate of Duquesne University School of Law, Logan served as Executive Editor of the Duquesne Law Review. While in law school, Logan co-authored an article on Election Law that was published in the Harvard Journal on Legislation. He received his undergraduate degree in Business Administration from Temple University’s Fox School of Business & Management.