Weil partner Amy Rubin spoke on a panel titled “Acqui-hiring” a Taste for Earnouts and Other M&A Pay Practices” as part of PLI’s Cool Compensation Considerations for the Private Company 2021: Pay, Performance and Perspectives. The panel discussed what Acqui-hiring is; compensation issues affecting M&A where private companies are involved; acquiror, target and executive perspectives; and other issues and developments.
Weil Tax partner Kimberly S. Blanchard spoke on a panel titled “Cross-Border Partnership Planning and Developments” as a part of PLI’s International Tax Issues 2021. The panel discussed inbound investment through partnerships – including U.S. trade or business issues; territorial planning for pass-through structures (i.e., use of blockers); revised Section 163(j) and the new BEAT provisions as applied to partnerships; Subpart F and GILTI issues; and joint venture arrangements through partnerships.
Weil Tax partner Kimberly S. Blanchard chaired a panel titled “International Tax? Moving from a U.S.-Centric to a Truly International System of Tax Rules” as a part of New York State Bar Association’s Tax Section: 2021 Annual Meeting.
Weil Tax partner Stuart Goldring chaired a panel titled “Distressed Restructuring” as a part of the 10th IBA London Finance and Capital Markets Virtual Tax Conference.
Weil Tax partner Mark Schwed spoke on a panel titled “Workouts of Distressed Debt: Advising the Troubled Debtor” as part of PLI’s Taxation of Financial Products and Transactions 2021. The panel discussed The COD/AHYDO problem (and potential mitigants); the impact of Section 163(j) calculations; and insolvency complications and considerations.
Weil Tax partner Kimberly S. Blanchard spoke on a panel titled “The Role of Foreign Branches Post-TCJA” as a part of IFA’s USA International Tax Conference – The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act – A Three-Year Review.
Weil partners Devon Bodoh, Graham Magill, Michael Nissan and Joseph Pari presented on “Cutting Edge Tax Issues with SPACs: Creative Approaches and Pragmatic Solutions” as part of Weil’s 2020 Tax Webinar Series.
Co-Chair of Weil’s Tax Department Joseph Pari spoke on “Corporate Spinoffs – Nuts and Bolts, Section 355” as part of Tulane University Law School’s 69th Tulane Tax Institute.