Amy I.Pandit


Atlanta + 1.404.581.8611

Amy Pandit represents publicly traded corporations and counsels clients on corporate governance, executive compensation, and in federal securities laws, stock exchange, Sarbanes-Oxley Act, and Dodd-Frank Act compliance matters. She recommends courses of action for companies navigating the increasingly complex regulatory environment, designs and develops executive compensation and other incentive programs for publicly traded companies, and advises on the legal implications and potential public implications of those programs as well as on shareholder engagement and proposal matters. Amy has been recognized by BTI as an "all-star" for superior client service and as an Acritas "Star Lawyer."

Amy also works closely with companies' boards of directors and executive management teams, engaging them on critical legal and compliance matters and advising on corporate governance issues and disclosure matters most relevant to their business, shareholders, and other stakeholders.

Amy is a board member of The Three Rivers Chapter of the National Association for Corporate Directors and an advisory board member of the American Red Cross (Southwestern Pennsylvania chapter). She frequently writes and presents on SEC, executive compensation, corporate governance, and shareholder proposal topics.


  • PHINIA Inc. completes $525 million Senior Secured Notes offering and amends credit agreementJones Day represented PHINIA Inc. in connection with (i) a Rule 144A and Regulation S offering of $525 million aggregate principal amount of 6.75% Senior Secured Notes due 2029 and (ii) an amendment to the credit agreement that governs the company's existing credit facilities to modify certain covenants, remove the mandatory prepayment provision based on quarterly and annual operating cash flow calculations, and increase the required total net leverage ratio under the company's financial covenant.
  • 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).
  • Montauk Energy Holdings amends existing senior secured revolving credit and term loan facilityJones Day represented Montauk Energy Holdings, LLC, as borrower, and certain of its affiliates as guarantors, in connection with a fourth amendment and joinder to their existing senior secured revolving credit and term loan facility with Comerica Bank, as agent.
  • Montauk Renewables completes IPO and dual listing in United States and South AfricaJones Day represented Montauk Renewables, Inc. in connection with its domestic initial public offering of Common Stock with a U.S. primary listing (Nasdaq: MNTK) and South African secondary listing (JSE: MKR).
  • Ansys acquires Analytical Graphics, Inc. for $700 millionJones Day advised Ansys, Inc. in the $700 million acquisition of Analytical Graphics, Inc., a provider of mission-driven simulation, modeling, testing and analysis software for aerospace, defense and intelligence applications.