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Past Event
25 September 2008 - 26 September 2008
Event

Corporate Transfer Pricing: Efficient Management Strategies for Transfer Pricing in the Evolving Global Economy

Conference
Corporate Transfer Pricing: Efficient Management Strategies for Transfer Pricing in the Evolving Global Economy

Main Conference: Thursday, September 25, 2008
Post-Conference Workshops: Friday, September 26, 2008

Location
New York. NY

The Corporate Transfer Pricing conference gathers top corporate tax professionals to share ideas regarding the current economic, regulatory and fiscal changes taking place in transfer pricing around the world. Discover best strategies in dealing with current transfer pricing challenges like financial reporting on transfer pricing, the growing interaction between customs and transfer pricing, taxpayer approaches to transfer pricing documentation (OECD rules, FIN 48, & Service Regulations etc.) and tax planning in regards transfer pricing. Topics of discussion include:

  • Working on Transfer Pricing Aspects of Business Restructurings
  • from the OECD Perspective
  • Understanding and implementing the U.S. Services Regulations
  • Dealing with Foreign Country Tax Audits, Documentation and
  • Foreign-to-Foreign Treaty Resolutions
  • Evaluating FIN 48's Effect to Transfer Pricing
  • Preparing for the Proposed New Cost Sharing Rules
  • The difference between US and EU regulatory framework
  • Recent legislative and regulatory developments in the EU, US and China

How to comply with expected changes to US product safety regulations

What expectations exist related to US-style class actions being filed in the EU

Practical advice for managing litigation risks and handling product safety and recalls

Speakers
Ray Anthony Dybala
Brian P. Trauman

CLE credit is available

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