Keith Hagan focuses his practice on international tax planning, treaty issues, and corporate and partnership taxation. He advises multinational corporations, partnerships and individuals on a myriad of US tax matters. Prior to joining McDermott, Keith was an international tax attorney at a reputable international law firm.
Keith regularly advises businesses and individuals whose activities transcend borders. He provides advice for tax efficient methods of doing business in the US, including supply chain tax consequences, tax attribute utilization, and reorganizations. Keith also assists businesses with a presence in the US expand globally with an eye toward businesses which earn income abroad and the collateral issues, such as Subpart F, efficient foreign tax credit utilization and, now—after passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act—GILTI and the deduction for Foreign Derived Intangible Income.