Seminar November 27, 2007

Federal and International Tax Issues

Event Detail
Leon Andrew Immerman, Philip C. Cook
November 27, 2007
Atlanta, GA

Philip Cook, Matthew Stevens and Andy Immerman spoke on a panel for lunch and a one-hour overview of some of the most pressing federal and international tax issues.  This event was hosted at the offices of Alston & Bird LLP.

Developments discussed were:

• The disclosability of tax accrual workpapers, including the impact of FIN 48 and the Textron decision and potential changes in the IRS policy of restraint
• Congressional efforts to obtain FIN 48 information
• The proposed codification of the economic substance doctrine and its effect on normal business transactions
• The patenting of tax strategies
• The controversy over carried partnership interests
• International developments relating to foreign tax credits, allocation of interest expense, and controlled foreign corporations

Tuesday, November 27, 2007
11:30am - 1:00pm
Alston & Bird LLP / 1180 West Peachtree Street / Atlanta, GA

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