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Contact Kalin

2801 Alaskan Way, Suite 300
Seattle, WA 98121
T: 206.777.7507

Kalin G. Bornemann


Kalin is a member of Miller Nash Graham & Dunn’s business team, joining the firm in September 2016. Kalin has experience in matters affecting large and small businesses and their individual owners and representatives. He largely focuses his practice on advising businesses with regard to operations, formation, and significant transactions, along with drafting and negotiating the complex documents that accompany those matters.

Kalin has worked with a wide variety of individuals and entities, including corporations and LLCs, manufacturing and construction businesses, professional service providers, restaurants, technology companies, real estate investment and leasing companies, financial institutions, and many “closely held” family businesses. He enjoys working one-on-one with business owners and their representatives to identify their specific needs, and to arrive at practical solutions in the most efficient way possible.

Kalin also has experience representing both large and small banks, credit unions, and non-bank financial institutions on issues involving vendor management, operations, and regulatory compliance. He regularly reviews and negotiates complex vendor agreements in light of regulatory guidance and offers easy-to-understand insight into various laws and regulatory schemes affecting financial institutions, such as the Truth in Lending Act, Equal Credit Opportunity Act, the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, the Military Lending Act, and the Expedited Funds Availability Act.

Before joining the firm’s business team, Kalin practiced at Harlowe & Falk LLP in Tacoma, Washington, where he also focused on business planning and transactions, as well as intellectual property protection, including trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets. While in law school at Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington, Kalin worked for a large law firm, served as a judicial extern for the Honorable Judge Laurel Siddoway at the Washington Court of Appeals, and dedicated his extra time to the nonprofit Unemployment Law Project.