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Jonathan G. Shallow

Fax +1.206.623.7022
Jonathan is an associate in the firm’s Seattle office. He focuses his practice on corporate transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, financings, joint ventures, commercial contracts, and divestitures. In addition, he regularly advises clients on general corporate, business formation, corporate governance, and compliance matters. Jonathan has worked with domestic and international clients across a wide variety of industries, including energy, technology, fashion, aerospace, transportation, manufacturing and distribution, and sports and entertainment.

Professional Background

Prior to joining K&L Gates, Mr. Shallow worked as an attorney for international law firms on both the east and west coast of the US.

Experience includes having represented:
  • Investors in the creation of a Cayman IP/engineering joint venture.
  • A BVI fashion company in its IPO and subsequent public equity offerings.
  • A software company in its sale of stock and equity in the U.S. and Canada.
  • A U.S. and UK cruise line company in its public equity offerings . 
  • A U.S. and Swiss tobacco company in its spinoff and subsequent public debt and equity offerings.
  • A fund in its acquisitions of U.S. and Mexican gaming companies.
  • A Chinese company in its acquisition of a minority interest in a U.S. medical research company.
  • An Australian electronic payments company in its U.S. formation and restructuring.
  • An engineering services company in its sale to a private equity company.
  • A real estate company in its acquisition of the assets of a technology company.
  • A telecommunications company in its business combination with a separate telecommunications company.
  • A pharmaceutical company in its acquisition of the assets of a Chapter 11 entity.
  • An AI company in its acquisition of the assets of multiple technology companies.
  • A public biopharmaceutical company in its private stock, warrant, and debt offerings.
  • A food services company in its private debt offering and subsequent S-4 registration.
  • A media company in its securitization of radio bandwidth.
  • A state entity in its RMBS securitization.
  • Multiple technology companies in common, preferred and equity-equivalent offerings.
  • Investors in multiple common, preferred and equity-equivalent investments.
  • Multiple dual-listed Canadian public mining companies in their public and private equity offerings.