Jonathan’s practice encompasses complex commercial, construction, energy and infrastructure work.
Jonathan has advised clients on matters of significant value and complexity in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Australia. Jonathan’s experience includes advising in connection with renewables, oil and gas, LNG, nuclear new build, airports, reservoirs, rail and metro schemes, telecoms, stadiums, water treatment and processing facilities, power plants and related infrastructure.
Jonathan has previously advised lenders, bidders or participants on infrastructure, power and water projects procured as IPP, IWP and PPP. Jonathan is particularly interested in the development of hydrogen in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Jonathan has provided advice on contract administration, claims management, dispute avoidance as well as discrete counseling during the lifecycle of projects and is experienced with international arbitration in both civil and common law jurisdictions having advised on, or acted under, various governing laws and institutional arbitration rules. Jonathan has been involved with mega-project disputes in the infrastructure and energy sectors.
Jonathan is a member of industry focused groups connected with energy, construction, investor-state arbitration and international commercial arbitration and has authored, edited, presented or been mentioned in connection with events and articles related to these areas.
Before joining K&L Gates, Jonathan worked at leading international law firms.
- Co-author, “K&L Gates: The H2 Handbook - Middle East,” August 2021