The New Orleans-based Peiffer Rosca Wolf law firm is investigating potential claims on behalf of investors in municipal bond offerings orchestrated or assisted by Christopher Brogdon or entities with which he is affiliated, including the National Assistance Bureau, Gordon Jensen Healthcare Association, JRT Group Properties, Mobama Nursing, Saint Simons Healthcare, Winter Haven Homes and Brogdon Family.

The Securities and Exchange Commission sued Atlanta-based Brogdon Nov. 30, alleging fraud and misrepresentations in documents provided to bond investors, the commingling of funds, the use of third-party loans to pay investors and concealment of the source of investor payments. The bonds purportedly were sold to raise money for projects related to the purchase, renovation, construction, leasing and managing of assisted living facilities, nursing homes and other retirement housing projects.

At the time the SEC complaint was filed in federal court in Newark, N.J., Brogdon was CEO, president and director of Global Healthcare REIT.