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Tammara Fort


Tammara Fort

Tammara Fort’s practice is concentrated on Mergers and Acquisitions. She has extensive experience advising public and private companies in U.S. domestic and cross-border transactions, including divestitures, reorganization, minority investment, joint ventures, tender offers, complex multi-jurisdictional carve-out sales, and related corporate governance matters. Ms. Fort has worked in both New York and Beijing in a variety of industries including chemicals, telecom and communications services, technology, energy, financial services, manufacturing businesses, and oil and mining. Tammara has co-authored several publications on various M&A topics and has led workshops on negotiation and conflict resolution at multiple United Nations (U.N.) conferences.

Tammara has experience advising:

  • A global chemical company in numerous transactions, including the divestiture of its global polypropylene licensing & catalysts business to for $500 million, the sale of its basic plastics unit for $1.63 billion, the sale of its global polypropylene business; and its sale of its interest in a polyethylene and specialty polyethylene compounds joint venture in Japan to its Japanese business partner.
  • A global energy company in connection with a $2.7 billion transaction with an Algerian energy company, which included a long-term joint venture for gas turbines in Algeria.
  • A global supplier of sustainable packaging solutions in its $880 million acquisition of a glass container manufacturing company from an investment holding company for $880 million.
  • A structured settlement financial services company in its merger with a financial services company.
  • A global chemical company in its $5.6 billion contested acquisition of a leading U.S. supplier of catalysts.

Tammara has co-authored the following publications:

  • “Reasonable Best Efforts: Cold Comfort to Sellers.” The M&A Lawyer Vol. 18, Issue 1, January 2014.
  • “Letters of Intent.” Commercial Contracts: Strategies for Drafting and Negotiating, Second Edition, Vol. I, Sec. 15.02(B), 2013-2014.
  • Lawyers Without Borders, Rural Empowerment through Modern Consensus Building,
  • “China’s New Anti-Monopoly Law.” American Chamber of Commerce in China’s China Brief, January/February 2009.
Mergers & Acquisitions
Cornell Law School (JD 2005)
American Bar Association
Center for Professional Responsibility