Weil Tax partner Devon Bodoh presented on a panel entitled “Tax Implications of Distressed Situations” as part of IFA USA’s Webinar Series.
Weil Tax partner Greg Featherman spoke on “Applying the Temporary Section 245A Regulations - Practical & Strategic Considerations” as a part of TEI’s Virtual Education Programming.
Weil Tax partner Devon Bodoh spoke on a current events panel entitled “Oh! The Places Your Attributes Will Go” as part of the American Bar Association’s Virtual 2020 May Tax Meeting.
Co-Chair of Weil’s Tax Department Paul Wessel spoke on a panel titled “Executive Compensation & Employee Benefits Taxation – The CARES Act and TCJA’s Changes” as part of TEI’s Virtual Midyear Session. The panel cited the impacts of the FFCRA and CARES Act on compensation and benefits taxation; described the substance and implementation status of the TCJA’s changes to sections 162(m) and 274, among other provisions; and discussed practical approaches for in-house tax professionals to implement and comply with all these changes in a disruptive environment.
Weil Tax partner Devon Bodoh spoke on “Downward attribution under Section 958 – New Guidance and Practice Considerations” as a part of TEI’s Virtual Midyear Session.
Weil Tax partner Kimberly S. Blanchard spoke on a panel titled “Foreign Branches” as a part of ITI’s Virtual Seminar Series.
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).
Weil Tax partner Kimberly S. Blanchard spoke on “Cross-Border Partnership Planning and Developments” as a part of PLI’s International Tax Issues 2020.