Taylor J. Ashley


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Taylor Ashley counsels clients on mergers, acquisitions and other strategic transactions, as well as SEC compliance matters. He represents publicly traded, privately held and private equity backed businesses in various industries including senior living, manufacturing, healthcare and consumer. Since 2015, Taylor has served as first chair associate on numerous M&A transactions collectively valued at more than $5 billion, including a complex, multibillion dollar sale of a publicly traded manufacturing company.

Prior to joining Bass, Berry & Sims, Taylor was an associate at the Dallas office of Jones Day where he advised clients in matters related to public and private mergers and acquisitions and capital markets.


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