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23rd Annual Institute on Current Issues in International Taxation

December 9, 2010 - December 10, 2010

IRS and George Washington University Law School

Sutherland Partner Christopher Ocasal is speaking at the IRS and George Washington University Law School 23rd Annual Institute on Current Issues in International Taxation, December 9-10, 2010, in Washington, D.C. Chris is part of a panel on "PFICs: Searching for Answers, Looking for Guidance." 

The program will address key practical issues faced by tax practitioners, corporate tax executives, and the Internal Revenue Service. Private sector and government panelists will discuss transfer pricing issues and intellectual property, foreign tax credit developments, new reporting and withholding rules, the evolving reporting requirements for uncertain tax positions, PFIC issues, managing international tax issues in the corporate taxpayer setting, working with Section 956 in financing the global corporation, ethical issues in international tax practice, and the latest inbound, outbound, and treaty current developments.

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