Wake Forest University, J.D., cum laude, 2004; Member, Wake Forest Law Review
Wake Forest University, B.A., summa cum laude, 2001, Phi Beta Kappa
Jon Jordan’s practice areas include mergers and acquisitions, commercial lending, economic development and general corporate law. He has represented a variety of public and private companies in acquisitions and dispositions and advised borrowers and lenders in complex financing transactions. Jon has represented clients in the negotiation of various economic incentives packages with local and state government agencies in North Carolina. He has also advised corporations and limited liability companies in a variety of commercial and corporate matters, including organizational issues, shareholder and operating agreements, board matters and corporate governance issues, and significant commercial contracts. Jon serves as outside general counsel to a number of private companies, as well as serving as lead U.S. counsel for the U.S. subsidiaries of a variety of international companies.
Jon's clients benefit from his breadth of experience and his resulting ability to help clients successfully navigate numerous types of transactions and challenges throughout a company's life cycle.
Honors & Awards
The Best Lawyers in America, bankruptcy and creditor debtor rights/insolvency and reorganization law, 2020
Mergers & Acquisitions
Represented Raycom Media Inc. in its $3.65 billion sale to Gray Television Inc.
Represented a public company in connection with the spinoff of certain divisions of its business into a new, stand-alone public company.
Represented a private equity group in the acquisition of a craft brewery.
Represented a private company in its sale to a private equity group.
Represented a public company in the acquisition and subsequent incorporation into its existing operations of five competing businesses.
Represented an international company in a series of dispositions of substantially all of its manufacturing businesses in the United States.
Represented a provider of software solutions to professional services firms in the negotiation of a term loan credit facility to finance the acquisition of multiple companies and a revolving credit facility.
Represented a lender in the negotiation of a $35 million secured credit facility for the construction of an apartment complex.
Represented a manufacturer in the air filtration industry in the negotiation of senior and mezzanine credit facilities.
Represented a lender in the negotiation of a $24.5 million secured credit facility for the acquisition and upfitting of an office building.
Represented a lender in the negotiation of a $19.8 million secured credit facility for the construction of an industrial building.
Represented an auto parts manufacturer in the negotiation of a $72.5 million incentives package offer from the state of North Carolina and local government entities.
Represented a manufacturer of high-technology systems and solutions in the negotiation of an incentives package worth more than $27 million from the state of North Carolina and local government entities.
Represented a color concentrate, additive and compounding technologies manufacturer in the negotiation of an incentives package worth more than $2 million from the state of North Carolina and local government entities.
Represented a specialty tool manufacturer in the negotiation of an incentives package worth more than $2 million from the state of North Carolina and local government entities.
News & Events
- Aug. 15, 2019
- April 24, 2019
- June 26, 2018
- June 25, 2018
- May 9, 2016
- Oct. 23, 2015
- Jan. 19, 2012
- May 2012Business North Carolina
- December 2009Robinson Bradshaw Publication
- Charlotte Family Housing, Board of Directors, 2009-16
- Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Charlotte, Advisory Council, 2013-present
- Leadership Charlotte, Class 36