McDermott partners presenting at the TEI Houston Global Tax Symposium:
- Kristen Hazel and Laura Gavioli on "Section 385 Regulations"
- Sandra McGill and Dave Noren on "Treaty Developments"
- Mark Martin and Mark Horowitz on "Transfer Pricing Developments"
- Matthew Herrington and Kristen Hazel on "Innovation Box Regimes & Alternative Regimes to Manage IP"/Matthew Herrington on "Country by Country Regulations"
- Jean Pawlow and Elizabeth Erickson on "Controversy"
Now in its fourth year, this full-day program will cover a wide range of topics relevant to companies operating globally across various industries. It will include sessions by leading practitioners on international tax planning and controversy, M&A, transfer pricing, tax treaty and policy updates, and BEPS developments and practical applications, among others. The Symposium is meant to provide informative and practical advice about real-world challenges faced by tax practitioners of all levels.