2012 International Tax Institute Meeting: The Future of International Taxation — Point Counterpoint
July 18, 2012
The Grand Hyatt, New York, NY
Two of the nation's leading commentators — Tax Analysts' Lee Sheppard and Paul W. Oosterhuis from Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP — will debate the extent to which our current sourcing and transfer pricing rules are broken, the role subpart F can play in fixing these rules for U.S.-based multinationals, and whether the existing international consensus on arm's-length pricing and the primacy of bilateral tax treaties should be rethought. This is not a typical discrete program on a regulation or specific transaction, but rather is big picture. Watch this lively interplay of contrasting ideas on how our country should proceed in this vital area of taxation.
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