Pamela L.Taylor (Pam)

Of Counsel

Chicago + 1.312.269.4327

Pam Taylor is an antitrust lawyer with more than 25 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 antitrust issues in dealing with customers, suppliers, and competitors. Her practice includes advising on Hart-Scott-Rodino premerger notification requirements, joint ventures and strategic alliances, pricing and price discrimination, marketing practices, distribution issues, and dealer terminations.

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

Pam's experience includes matters in the pharmaceutical, medical device, hospital products, and veterinary products businesses. She also has advised global manufacturers and distributors across a wide range of industries including aerospace and defense, automotive, consumer products, chemicals, technology, food products, mining, and steel. Representative clients include Abbott Laboratories, Baxter International, Boehringer Ingelheim, Cardinal Health, Hill-Rom, Leggett & Platt, and Zekelman Industries. In addition, Pam has served as antitrust counsel to trade associations.

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

Experience

  • Swander Pace Capital sells T-Bev, Inc. to Florida Food ProductsJones Day advised Swander Pace Capital in the sale of T-Bev, Inc., a manufacturer and distributor of tea extracts, instant tea, natural and organic caffeine and other botanical extracts catering to the functional beverage and dietary supplement markets, to Florida Food Products.
  • Avient to acquire DSM Protective Materials businessJones Day is advising Avient Corporation (NYSE: AVNT), a leading provider of specialized and sustainable material solutions, in its $1.485 billion purchase of Koninklijke DSM N.V.’s protective materials business, a leading specialty engineered materials business built around the invention of Dyneema®, the world’s strongest fiber.
  • Integrated Power Services to acquire Tampa Armature Works, Inc.Jones Day is advising Integrated Power Services, the North American leader in service, repair and engineering for power management, electro-mechanical and rotating assets, in its acquisition of Tampa Armature Works, Inc., one of the industry's leading independent power services companies.
  • Eastman sells adhesives resins business product lines for $1 billionJones Day advised Eastman Chemical Company in the $1 billion sale of its adhesives resins assets and business to Synthomer plc.
  • Riverside sells Bohemia Interactive Simulations to BAE SystemsJones Day advised The Riverside Company in the sale of Bohemia Interactive Simulations (Bohemia) to BAE Systems, one of the world’s largest defense contractors.
  • DigitalBridge’s DataBank acquires Houston-area data centers from CyrusOneJones Day advised DigitalBridge Group Inc.’s DataBank subsidiary in the $670 million acquisition of four existing data centers in the Houston, TX metro area from CyrusOne.
  • Monster Beverage acquires CANarchyJones Day advised Monster Beverage Corporation in the $330 million acquisition of CANarchy Craft Brewery Collective LLC, a craft beer and hard seltzer company.
  • City of Hope acquires Cancer Treatment Centers of AmericaJones Day advised City of Hope, a world-renowned, National Cancer Institute (NCI)-designated comprehensive cancer research and treatment organization, in connection with its acquisition of Cancer Treatment Centers of America, a network of oncology hospitals and outpatient care centers across the United States.
  • Follett Corporation acquired by private investor groupJones Day advised Follett Corporation in the sale of its corporate entity as well as Follett Higher Education, the company’s collegiate retail and Follett ACCESS business, to a group of private investors led by Jefferson River Capital LLC, a private investment company controlled by the James family.
  • JourneyCare acquired by Addus HomeCareJones Day advised JourneyCare, Inc. in the $85 million sale of the Company to Addus HomeCare Corporation.
  • ABB acquires controlling interest in InCharge EnergyJones Day advised ABB Ltd. in the acquisition of a controlling interest in InCharge Energy from existing shareholders.
  • Goode Partners acquires ReadyWiseJones Day advised Goode Partners in the acquisition and financing of ReadyWise, the leader in emergency food preparedness.
  • Blue Sea Capital sells RESA Power to InvestcorpJones Day represented Blue Sea Capital LLC on its sale of RESA Power, a provider of electrical services and products for industrial, commercial, institutional, government, and utility end-users across North America, to Investcorp.
  • Ohio Transmission acquires Critical Rental SolutionsJones Day advised Ohio Transmission Corporation in the acquisition of Critical Rental Solutions, which specializes in oil-free air and temperature control equipment rental.
  • Riverside acquires iCEVJones Day advised The Riverside Company on its acquisition and financing of iCEV.
  • Sempra Energy sells PXiSE Energy SolutionsJones Day advised Sempra Energy in the sale of membership interests in PXiSE Energy Solutions to Yokogawa Electric Corporation.
  • American Pacific Group acquires FellersJones Day advised American Pacific Group in the acquisition of Fellers Inc., a distributor of vinyl wrap films and supplies.
  • American Pacific Group acquires Interwest Distribution CompanyJones Day advised American Pacific Group, a San Francisco Bay Area-based private equity firm, in the acquisition of Interwest Distribution Company ("Interwest"), a leading distributor of building and automotive films.
  • Riverside sells Lexipol to GTCRJones Day represented The Riverside Company in the sale of Lexipol, a leader in policy management and training platforms for state and local governments, to GTCR.
  • VIA Technologies enters into agreement with Intel for recruitment of employeesJones Day represented VIA Technologies, Inc. in its entry into a definitive agreement with Intel.