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Past Event
30 April 2018 - 3 May 2018

Speakers

  • C. Cabell Chinnis
    T +1 650 331 2020
  • Paul DiSangro
    T +1 650 331 2045
  • John T. Hildy
    T +1 312 701 7769
  • Brian W. Kittle
    T +1 212 506 2187
  • Thomas Kittle-Kamp
    T +1 312 701 7028
  • Jason M. Osborn
    T +1 202 263 3386
  • Scott M. Stewart
    T +1 312 701 7821
  • Joel V. Williamson
    T +1 312 701 7229
  • Elena B. Khripounova
    Legal Professional / Consultant, Director of Transfer Pricing and Valuation Services
    T +1 202 263 3085
  • Geoffrey M. Collins
    T +1 212 506 2633
  • John W. Horne
    Associate
    T +1 202 263 3372
Seminar

TEI 2018 Audits & Appeals Seminar

TEI’s Audits & Appeals Seminar is designed to address the federal, state and transfer pricing controversy needs of the in-house tax professional community. Practitioners from Mayer Brown will guide the Transfer Pricing Controversy discussion to enable you to effectively prepare for, document and defend your transfer pricing methodology.

Monday, April 30 – Thursday, May 3, 2018

  • Federal Tax Controversy (April 30 – May 1)
  • Transfer Pricing Controversy (May 2)
  • State and Local Tax Controversy (May 2-3)

Location
Hilton New Orleans Riverside Hotel
Two Poydras Street
New Orleans, Louisiana 70130

Mayer Brown Speakers Include:

Thomas Kittle-Kamp – "30-Day Letter Onward"
Brian Kittle – “The Game has Changed: How US Tax Reform and BEPS Affect Your Approach to Transfer Pricing”
John Hildy and Geoff Collins – “Choosing the Best Transfer Pricing Strategy to Avoid Multijurisdictional Tax Disputes”
Elena Khripounova, Kristin Mikolaitis, Scott Stewart and John Horne – “Choosing the Best Transfer Pricing Methods and Documentation Strategy to Avoid Multijurisdictional Tax Disputes”
Brian Kittle and Cabell Chinnis – “Managing Your Global Transfer Pricing Examinations in a BEPS & Tax Reform World”
Jason Osborn – "Exchange of Information: The New Landscape"
Joel Williamson and Paul DiSangro – “Tools and Techniques for Resolving Transfer Pricing Disputes Early in the Controversy Lifecycle”

For more information on this program please visit the event website.

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