Cameron J.Gable


San Diego + 1.858.314.1128

Cameron Gable is a regulatory lawyer who counsels and represents clients in international trade, foreign investment, national security, environmental, energy, and other regulatory matters. He also advises on issues involving the regulation of emerging and strategic technologies, such as artificial intelligence and digital assets/blockchain.

Cameron represents clients in investment reviews conducted by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) and assists clients in navigating and understanding economic sanctions, including sanctions regimes administered by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC). He also advises clients in evaluating the rules and incentives relevant to inbound investments, such as funding opportunities under the Creating Helpful Incentives to Produce Semiconductors Act (CHIPS Act). In addition, Cameron counsels clients in matters involving California's expansive environmental laws as well as federal laws, such as the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), the Clean Air Act (CAA), and the Clean Water Act (CWA).

Cameron's broad regulatory experience has involved counseling clients from a variety of industries, including technology, life sciences, semiconductors, energy, agriculture, real estate, medical devices, and consumer goods.


  • Corpay acquires GPS Capital MarketsJones Day advised Corpay, Inc. in the acquisition of GPS Capital Markets, LLC and its subsidiaries, a group that provides business-to-business cross-border and treasury management solutions, in Corpay’s third largest deal ever.
  • Major U.S. software company conducts enhanced end user due diligence requirementsJones Day assisted a major U.S. software company with enhanced end user due diligence requirements in compliance with a procedure from the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS).
  • WEG acquires industrial electric motors and generators business from Regal Rexnord CorporationJones Day advised WEG S.A. in the $400 million acquisition of the industrial electric motors and generators business of Regal Rexnord Corporation.
  • U.S. software provider successfully resolves inquiry from Nuclear Regulatory CommissionJones Day advised a U.S. software provider in response to a Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) finding of apparent non-compliance with regulatory and contractual requirements, and in related compliance enhancements and industry outreach.
  • FirstEnergy sells $3.5 billion transmission stake to BrookfieldJones Day advised FirstEnergy Corp. in the $3.5 billion sale of an additional 30.0% equity stake in its subsidiary FirstEnergy Transmission (“FET”), the holding company for FirstEnergy’s three regulated electric transmission businesses, to North American Transmission Company II L.P., FirstEnergy’s existing joint venture partner in FET and a controlled investment vehicle entity of Brookfield Infrastructure Partners.
  • Multinational manufacturing company seeks compliance advice in connection with nuclear industry projectsJones Day counseled the U.S. subsidiary of a multinational manufacturing company regarding key compliance considerations relating to participation in U.S. nuclear projects.
  • Shiseido Americas acquires Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare for $450 millionJones Day advised Shiseido Americas Corporation, a subsidiary of Shiseido Co., Ltd., in the acquisition of DDG Skincare Holdings LLC, the owner of Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare, for $450 million in cash.
  • Financial institutions analyze obligations under Voluntary Carbon Market Disclosures ActJones Day advised financial institutions regarding obligations under the Voluntary Carbon Market Disclosures Act (VCMDA) and on proposed website disclosure.
  • Major international semiconductor manufacturer secures trusted importer status with compliance policiesJones Day assisted a major international semiconductor manufacturer with developing policies and procedures required to maintain its status as a Trade Partner with the Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (CTPAT).
  • DIC acquires photoresist polymers manufacturer PCAS CanadaJones Day advised DIC Corporation, a Japanese chemicals group operating globally in over 60 countries, in connection with its acquisition of Quebec-based PCAS Canada Inc., a company that manufactures and sells polymers used in photoresists for semiconductor photolithography, from PCAS S.A., a French company.
  • Evoqua merges with Xylem in $7.5 billion all-stock transactionJones Day advised Evoqua Water Technologies Corp. (NYSE: AQUA) in its $7.5 billion stock-for-stock merger with Xylem Inc. (NYSE: XYL).
  • Global industrial materials supplier seeks advice regarding CHIPS ActJones Day counseled a global industrial materials supplier concerning opportunities for receiving federal funding under the CHIPS Act and potential related regulatory restrictions.
  • TotalEnergies' affiliate Cray Valley sells three product lines to Pacific Avenue Capital PartnersJones Day is advising Total Energies on its sale of three product lines to Pacific Avenue Capital Partners (Wingtack®, PolyBD® and Dymalink®) developed by Cray Valley, its resin production and sales affiliate.
  • Timken acquires Nadella Group from ICGJones Day advised The Timken Company in the acquisition of Nadella Group, a leading European manufacturer of linear guides, telescopic rails, actuators and systems and other specialized industrial motion solutions, from ICG plc.
  • Cortec Group portfolio company acquires RCI Metalworks LLCJones Day represented Cortec Group's portfolio company Enthusiast Auto Holdings, LLC in the acquisition and financing of RCI Metalworks LLC ("RCI Off Road" or "RCI"), a leading banner for off road enthusiasts looking to take their vehicles to the next level in off road performance.
  • Meridian Bioscience agrees to be acquired by SD Biosensor and SJL Partners in $1.53 billion all-cash transactionJones Day advised Meridian Bioscience, Inc. in its $1.53 billion all-cash acquisition by SD Biosensor and SJL Partners.
  • Marubeni sells global grain business of Gavilon Agriculture InvestmentJones Day advised Marubeni Corporation in the sale of the global grain business of Gavilon Agriculture Investment, Inc. to Viterra Limited, following a reorganization of Gavilon’s structure.
  • Sensata Technologies acquires DynapowerJones Day advised Sensata Technologies (NYSE: ST), a leading industrial technology company and provider of sensor-rich solutions and insights for customers, in connection with its acquisition of Dynapower Company, LLC, a leading provider of energy storage and power conversion systems, from private equity firm Pfingsten Partners for $580 million in cash.