Co-Chair of Weil’s Tax Department Paul Wessel spoke on a panel titled “Insights into Troubled Companies Returning to Solvency” as part of PLI’s Cool Compensation Considerations for the Private Company 2019: Pay, Performance and Perspectives.
Weil Tax partner Jonathan Macke and associate Alex Farr gave a presentation titled “Certain Tax Considerations in Private Equity M&A Transactions” at the December meeting of the Dallas Bar Association Tax Section.
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.
Co-Chair of Weil’s Tax Department and Head of Executive Compensation & Benefits Paul Wessel spoke on a panel titled “Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation Issues in Post-TCJA Transaction Planning” as part of TEI’s 2019 Mergers & Acquisitions Seminar.
Weil Tax partner Devon Bodoh moderated a panel titled “The M&A Landscape – A Roundtable Discussion” as part of TEI’s 2019 Mergers & Acquisitions Seminar. M&A partner Matthew Gilroy also spoke on this panel.
Co-Chair of Weil’s Tax Department Paul Wessel spoke on a panel titled “Dealing with Restricted Stock, Stock Options and Executive Compensation in Corporate M&A Transactions” as part of PLI’s Tax Strategies for Corporate Acquisitions, Dispositions, Spin-Offs, Joint Ventures, Financings, Reorganizations & Restructurings 2019.
Weil Tax partner Kimberly S. Blanchard will speak on a panel titled “Substance vs. Form in Subchapter K” as part of the 72nd Annual Federal Tax Conference sponsored by the University of Chicago Law School.
Weil Tax partner Devon Bodoh and associate Lukas Kutilek presented on a panel titled “Introduction to Anti-Hybrid Rules in Sections 245A(e) and 267A” as part of an International Tax class at the University of Michigan Law School.