Pamela L.Taylor (Pam)

Partner

Chicago + 1.312.269.4327

Pam Taylor is an antitrust lawyer with more than 20 years of experience in antitrust and competition law issues, including the antitrust aspects of mergers, joint ventures, and government investigations. She represents clients in government antitrust investigations and enforcement actions before the Federal Trade Commission and the Department of Justice Antitrust Division. She also advises companies on Hart-Scott-Rodino premerger notification requirements, strategic alliances, pricing and price discrimination, marketing practices, distribution issues, dealer terminations, and Hatch-Waxman Act strategies.

Pam has provided antitrust advice to global companies on their distribution strategies for the United States.

Pam's recent representations include serving as antitrust counsel to Baxter International in its acquisition of Claris Injectables and to Baxalta in its $32 billion merger with Shire. Other representative clients include Abbott Laboratories, Boehringer Ingelheim, Cardinal Health, Hill-Rom, Infant Formula Council of the Americas, Veolia Environnement, and Zekelman Industries. Pam also has served as antitrust counsel to trade associations and counseled trade associations and members on standard-setting activities.

Pam is a member of the Illinois bar and serves on the board of the Legal Aid Society.

Experience

  • Huntington Ingalls to sell San Diego Shipyard to Titan Acquisition HoldingsJones Day is advising Huntington Ingalls Industries in the sale of its San Diego Shipyard to Titan Acquisition Holdings.
  • TriMas sells Lamons business to First Reserve for $135 millionJones Day advised TriMas Company, LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of TriMas Corporation, in its $135 million sale of its Lamons business, a provider of industrial sealing and fastener solutions used in mission-critical, high-consequence applications in the petrochemical, petroleum refining, midstream energy transportation, upstream oil and gas, metropolitan water and wastewater management end markets to First Reserve, a private equity firm focused on energy investing.
  • PolyOne to acquire Clariant color and additive masterbatch business for $1.5 billionJones Day is advising PolyOne Corporation in the $1.5 billion purchase of Clariant’s global color and additive masterbatch business.
  • Riverside sells majority investment in n2y to Providence Equity PartnersJones Day advised The Riverside Company in connection with the sale of its majority investment in n2y LLC, a leading provider of software, curricula, and tools to the K-12 special education market, to Providence Equity Partners.
  • MPE Partners sells its interests in B&E GroupJones Day represented MPE Partners in connection with the sale of its interests in the B&E Group.
  • High Road Capital sells portfolio company Banner Solutions to Tailwind CapitalJones Day represented High Road Capital Partners in connection with the sale of portfolio company Banner Solutions, a leading wholesaler of door hardware, to Tailwind Capital.
  • Riverside sells CTI Holding Company to Fortive CorporationJones Day advised The Riverside Company in connection with its sale of CTI Holding Company to Fortive Corporation.
  • PolyOne sells its Performance Products and Solutions business to SK Capital Partners for $775 millionJones Day advised PolyOne Corporation (NYSE: POL), a leading global provider of specialized polymer materials, services and solutions, in its $775 million cash sale of its Performance Products and Solutions business to SK Capital Partners.
  • Boehringer Ingelheim successfully defends FTC "pay-for-delay" investigationThe U.S. Federal Trade Commission ("FTC") ended an 11-year investigation into the settlements of two Hatch-Waxman patent infringement lawsuits between Jones Day's client, Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc., and a generic drug manufacturer.
  • Hill-Rom sells surgical consumable products to Audax Private Equity for $170 millionJones Day advised Hill-Rom Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: HRC), which recently rebranded as Hillrom, in its $170 million sale of certain surgical consumable products and related assets to an affiliate of Audax Private Equity.
  • Cortec Group sells Vidaris to SOCOTECJones Day advised the Cortec Group in connection with the sale of ArchEng Holding Company d/b/a Vidaris, Inc., a provider of niche consulting services within the architecture, engineering, and construction industries focusing on high-performance buildings and specialty structures, to The SOCOTEC Group.
  • Adtalem Global Education acquires OnCourse Learning's financial services business for $121 millionJones Day advised Adtalem Global Education Inc., a leading workforce solutions provider, in its acquisition of the financial services division of OnCourse Learning, a Brookfield, Wisconsin-based leading provider of compliance training, licensure preparation, continuing education and professional development, for approximately $121 million in cash.
  • Engage PEO acquired by Lightyear CapitalJones Day advised Engage PEO, a professional employer organization providing HR outsourcing solutions to small and mid-sized businesses across the U.S., in its acquisition by Lightyear Capital.
  • Next Generation Films sold to Charter NEX Films, Inc. for $1.07 billionJones Day advised Next Generation Films, Inc. in its sale to Charter NEX Films, Inc., a manufacturer of specialty plastic films, for an aggregate purchase price of $1.07 billion.
  • Riverside acquires Naturally Slim®Jones Day represented The Riverside Company in connection with the acquisition and related financing of NS412, LLC (d/b/a Naturally Slim®), a leading digital health platform focused on helping participants reduce Metabolic Syndrome, lose weight, and lead healthier lives.
  • Family Investment Group acquires Propex Operating Company LLC’s furnishings business in U.S.Jones Day advised the Family Investment Group in connection with its acquisition of Propex Operating Company LLC’s furnishings business in the U.S.
  • Irving Place Capital sells Ohio Transmission Corporation to Genstar CapitalJones Day represented Irving Place Capital and its portfolio company, Ohio Transmission Corporation (“OTC”), a leading technical distributor and solutions provider, in Irving Place Capital's sale of OTC to Genstar Capital.
  • Timken acquires The Diamond Chain CompanyJones Day advised The Timken Company in its acquisition of The Diamond Chain Company, a supplier of high-performance roller chains for industrial markets, from Amsted Industries.
  • Cortec Group sells WU Holdco to The Carlyle Group and TA AssociatesJones Day advised the Cortec Group in the sale of WU Holdco, Inc., the holding company for Weiman Products, LLC and Urnex Brands, LLC, which are leading developers, manufacturers, and distributors of specialty cleaning products for the consumer and commercial markets, to The Carlyle Group and TA Associates.
  • Polychem acquired by The Sterling GroupJones Day advised Polychem Corporation in its acquisition by The Sterling Group.
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