The transactional relationships between parts of a corporate group are governed by tax and transfer pricing rules in the U.S. and internationally. While the application of transfer pricing generates significant disputes between corporations and tax authorities, transactions between different entities of a corporate group are highly relevant in all settings where the value of a portion of the business matters. These include business transactions and disputes such as:
- lost profits;
- joint ventures;
- intellectual property protection and infringement; and
In this program, our internationally recognized experts, Rebel Curd, Brian Daniel, Tiago Duarte-Silva, Robin Hart and Anna Soubbotina, will address the significance of transfer pricing in these diverse contexts and share examples from work in international arbitration, tax controversy resolution, as well as upfront preparation helpful to anticipate and easier resolve transfer pricing disputes that may arise. The panelists will also discuss recent cases, such as withholding taxes on German registered patents and trademarks.
9:00am PT / 11:00am CT/ 12:00pm ET
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