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McDermott Will & Emery is pleased to present another complimentary webcast in its regular “Life Sciences: Understanding Opportunities and Challenges for Improved Business Results” series. With the release of new tax reform proposals in the U.S. Senate and the continuation of broader fiscal policy discussions in Washington, D.C., every industry—especially biotechnology, pharmaceutical and medical technology—has a large stake in the outcome. The latest tax reform proposals, whether enacted within a comprehensive tax reform framework or otherwise, could impact every aspect of your business, from the ability to bring foreign earnings back to the United States to the way those earnings may be taxed on a current basis when earned, to the continued availability of such important preferences as the research and development tax credit, the manufacturing deduction, the treatment of depreciation and the potential for additional provisions benefitting start-up and research-intensive companies.
This panel of tax leaders will handicap the prospects for tax reform and other significant tax legislation, and will discuss the likely direction of tax policy in areas of particular importance to life sciences companies.
Martin L. Milner, Partner, McDermott Will & Emery LLP
David G. Noren, Partner, McDermott Will & Emery LLP
Glenn M. Engelmann, Senior Counsel, Vice-Chairman, Life Sciences Industry Group, McDermott Will & Emery LLP
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