Chicago tax partner Nathaniel Carden and Palo Alto tax partner Nathan Giesselman spoke at the 33rd Annual High Tech Tax Institute, presented by Tax Executives Institute and San Jose State University November 13-14 in Palo Alto. Mr. Carden’s panel discussed “IP Location Planning” in relation to base erosion and profit sharing, transfer pricing litigation, U.S. tax reform, and considerations for companies headquartered in the U.S. and overseas. Mr. Giesselman’s panel, “U.S. Tax Reform,” discussed how changes to tax reform impact tech companies and how these changes affect transfer pricing, decisions on intangibles and state tax implications.
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