August 28, 2003

Sam Kaywood Elected Fellow of the American College of Tax Counsel

The Board of Regents of the American College of Tax Counsel recently elected
Sam Kaywood as a Fellow of the College based on his extensive experience as a tax attorney. He has worked on all forms of cross-border investment, with substantial experience in Canada, Europe and Latin America. Sam is a frequent author and speaker on international tax topics. He is listed in The Best Lawyers in America for his tax expertise and is Chair Emeritus of the ABA Tax Section Committee on U.S. Affairs of Foreigners and Tax Treaties. Sam is also active with the International Fiscal Association and the International Bar Association.

The American College of Tax Counsel is a non-profit association consisting of outstanding United States tax lawyers in private practice, law school teaching and government service, who are recognized for their excellence in the field of taxation and for their substantial contributions and commitments to the profession. The College promotes the study of tax policy and seeks methods for improving the operation and administration of our tax system, especially those aspects that relate to voluntary compliance, professionalism, and ethics in the practice of tax law. Membership in the College in by invitation only upon nomination and election.

Fellows are selected based on their professional commitment to the practice of law through active involvement in the Tax Section of the American Bar Association, speaking at tax seminars and programs, holding office in tax committees or sections of regional state or local bar associations, through significant legal writing or teaching in the field of taxation or by holding a responsible tax administration position with the federal government.
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