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Jameson S. Lloyd


Jameson S. Lloyd

New York +1-212-558-4000+1-212-558-4000 +1-212-558-3588+1-212-558-3588
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Jameson is a partner in the Firm’s Tax Group. His practice focuses on tax aspects of public and private mergers, acquisitions, spin-offs and other restructurings, fund formations, real estate acquisitions, securities offerings and corporate financings. He has been particularly active in advising foreign-parented multinationals with respect to U.S. debt-equity issues. He has also represented clients in tax controversy matters before IRS audit and appeals functions. Jameson’s pro bono work has focused on tax-related projects with LGBT nonprofit organizations.


  • American Express in its acquisition of substantially all of Kabbage
  • AT&T Inc.:
    • in its sale of its business unit Vrio to Grupo Werthein
    • in its spin-off of WarnerMedia into Discovery (U.S.), under which WarnerMedia will combine with Discovery in a $106.5 billion transaction to create a premier, standalone global entertainment company
    • in its joint venture with TPG Capital establishing DirecTV
    • the largest shareholder in Central European Media Enterprises (CME), in connection with PPF Group's $2.1 billion acquisition of CME
    • in its $108.7 billion acquisition of Time Warner Inc.
  • Diageo in its $610 million acquisition of Aviation American Gin through the acquisition of Aviation Gin and Davos Brands
  • DraftKings in its acquisition of Vegas Sports Information Network
  • DS Smith in its:
    • $585 million sale of the Plastics division to Olympus Partners
    • acquisition of 80% of the total issued share capital of Interstate Resources, Inc. group from Merpas Co. S.à r.l. for consideration of $920 million
  • Fiserv in its $22 billion acquisition of First Data Corporation
  • GAF in its €1 billion acquisition of Icopal from Investcorp Ltd
  • Great-West Lifeco in connection with its subsidiary Empower Retirement’s acquisition of Personal Capital Corporation
  • Juniper Networks in its:
    • $405 million acquisition of Mist Systems
    • acquisition of Apstra
    • $450 million acquisition of 128 Technology
  • Pershing Square, L.P. and Pershing Square Tontine Holdings, Ltd. (“PSTH”), the largest SPAC of all time, in its initial $4 billion merger agreement with Universal Music Group (“UMG”) and subsequent assignment of PSTH’s rights and obligations to acquire 10% of UMG to investment funds held by William Ackman
  • Praxair in its $80 billion merger of equals with Linde
  • Raintree Systems in connection with its significant investment from Serent Capital
  • Scottrade Financial Services, Inc. in its acquisition by TD Ameritrade Holding Corporation and The Toronto-Dominion Bank, for $4 billion in cash and TD Ameritrade common stock
  • Standard Industries in its $7 billion acquisition of W. R. Grace
  • Stellantis (formerly Fiat Chrysler Automobiles) in its:
    • €67.5 million sale of its global cast iron automotive components business, which is operated through its subsidiary Teksid S.p.A., to Tupy S.A.
    • $60 billion 50/50 merger with Peugeot
    • shareholder approved spin-off of its ownership in Ferrari N.V. to Fiat Chrysler shareholders. The demerger was part of a series of transactions that were carried out to separate Fiat Chrysler’s ownership interest in Ferrari N.V. and distribute that ownership interest to holders of Fiat Chrysler shares and mandatory convertible securities, which commenced with the initial public offering of Ferrari
  • United Rentals in its
    • $996 million acquisition of General Finance
    • acquisition of Franklin Equipment