Pamela L. Taylor

Jones Day (Chicago)
Lawyer/Attorney>Partner

Pam Taylor is a partner at Jones Day (Chicago office). She represents companies in antitrust matters. Her practice includes government antitrust investigations and enforcement actions before the Federal Trade Commission and the Department of Justice Antitrust Division. Pam counsels clients on the full range of antitrust issues, including the antitrust aspects of mergers, joint ventures and strategic alliances, pricing and price discrimination, distribution issues, dealer terminations, marketing practices, and Hatch-Waxman Act strategies. She also advises companies on Hart-Scott-Rodino premerger notification requirements. Pam has served as antitrust counsel to trade associations and counseled trade associations and members on standard-setting activities. Pam has provided antitrust advice to clients in a broad range of industries, including the pharmaceutical, medical device, biotechnology, health care services, consumer products, automotive, mining, waste management, chemical, and defense industries. Representative clients include Baxter International, Boehringer Ingelheim, Bridgestone/Firestone, Cardinal Health, Edwards Lifesciences, International Formula Council, and Veolia Environnement. Pam is a member of the bars of Illinois and Massachusetts and the American Bar Association’s Antitrust Section. She is admitted to practice before various U.S. District Courts and Courts of Appeals.

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Articles

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Kathryn M. Fenton, Michael Sennett, Pamela L. Taylor The U.S. FTC brings an administrative action alleging price fixing and other anticompetitive behavior involving three of the largest suppliers of ductile iron pipe fittings (Star Pipe Products / Sigma Corporation / McWane)

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The FTC has brought an FTC administrative action alleging price fixing and other anticompetitive behavior involving three of the largest U.S. suppliers of ductile iron pipe fittings (DIPF), which are used in municipal water systems. It now has published for public comment a proposed consent (...)

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