Jonathan J. Winn

Jonathan J. Winn

Kolesar & Leatham
400 S. Rampart Blvd., Suite 400
Las Vegas, NV 89145
702-362-7800
jwinn@klnevada.com

Jonathan J. Winn’s practice areas include a broad range of business law matters including zoning/land use, privileged licensing/compliance and corporate and commercial transactions.

Mr. Winn represents a wide range of retailers, wholesalers and suppliers in privilege business licensing (including alcohol and gaming compliance) land use, zoning and restructuring matters.  Frequently representing clients before various county and municipal commissions throughout Nevada, he has significant experience in the drafting, amending and advocacy of new and existing code provisions related to privileged licensing.

Mr. Winn received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Idaho State University in 2008, where he graduated summa cum laude. While in college, he was a three year letter winner for the Idaho State Bengals football team and was awarded the National Football Foundation and College Football Hall of Fame Scholar-Athlete Award for his achievements in athletics, academics and leadership.

He earned his Juris Doctor from the William S. Boyd School of Law in 2012, where he graduated cum laude. While attending law school, Mr. Winn was an Articles Editor for the Nevada Law Journal and a member of the Society of Advocates Moot Court Team.

As a volunteer for the Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada’s Children’s Advocacy Program, Mr. Winn represents abused and neglected children in the Las Vegas valley.

 

Affiliations
• Member, State Bar of Nevada
• Associate Member, National Association of Licensing and Compliance Professionals (NALCP)

Honors & Awards
• National Football Foundation and College Football Hall of Fame Scholar Athlete Award
• Merit Based Full Tuition Academic Scholarship for Law School
• CALI Awards (Highest Grade in Single Class):  Property II,  Advanced Appellate Advocacy

Publications
• Author, “Death Penalty Without a Hearing? How the Nevada Supreme Court’s Decision in Bahena v. Goodyear Incorrectly Defines Discovery Sanctions and Denies Due Process to Civil Litigants” 12 Nev. L.J. 486, 2012.

Representative Matters
• Counsel in multi-step asset purchase of regional grocery store chain
• Counsel with the acquisition of a liquor wholesaler
• Counsel in the acquisition of a clinical vision product manufacturer