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Weil Advises Legg Mason in its $6.5B sale to Franklin Templeton
Weil is advising Legg Mason, Inc., a provider of investment management and related services to institutional and individual clients, company-sponsored mutual funds and other pooled investment vehicles, in its $6.5 billion sale to Franklin Resources, Inc. (o/a Franklin Templeton Investments), a provider of global and domestic investment management to retail, institutional and sovereign wealth clients […] Read more
Weil Advised Brookfield Asset Management in its Formation of $20B Brookfield Infrastructure Fund IV
Weil advised Brookfield Asset Management, Inc. in the formation of its latest flagship global infrastructure fund, Brookfield Infrastructure Fund IV, with total commitments of $20 billion. Weil previously advised Brookfield in its formation of Brookfield Infrastructure Fund III, a $14 billion fund, as well as its predecessor funds. The Weil team was led by Private Funds partner Andrew Chizzik and […] Read more
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2017 Tax Act – What Has Changed Two Years In?
March 17, 2020 |New York, NY

Co-Chair of Weil’s Tax Department Joe Pari presents on a panel titled “Application of the 2017 Tax Act Provisions to Consolidated Groups” as part of PLI’s “2017 Tax Act – What Has Changed Two Years In?” The panel discusses Business interest expense limitations in Section 163(j); Expensing provisions of Section 168(k); and International provisions of the Tax Act (e.g., GILTI, FDII, 245A and BEAT).

Consolidated Tax Return Regulations 2020
January 21, 2020 |New York, NY

Co-Chair of Weil’s Tax Department Joe Pari participated in a segment titled “Investment Adjustments and Related Issues” as part of PLI’s 12-hour program titled “Consolidated Tax Return Regulations 2020.” The segment provided an overview of special adjustments to stock basis of subsidiary members of consolidated groups along with detailed examples of more complex situations, including: pitfalls related to excess loss accounts; earnings and profits tier-up rules; special basis and earnings and profits rules related to reverse acquisitions and holding company formations; and allocation of items when group members join or depart.

Latin Lawyer Live 4th Annual Tax
December 2, 2019 |New York, NY

Weil Tax partner Devon Bodoh presented on a panel titled “M&A transactions: Indirect transfer of assets” as part of Latin Lawyer’s Live 4th Annual Tax conference.


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