Brexit and Its Tax and Related Impacts on U.S. Multinationals
12:00 PM - 1:35 PM ET
The U.K. planned exit from the EU will have notable ramifications in the tax arena for US multinationals with U.K. activities. Potential areas of concern include: (1) withholding tax; (2) application of other EU directives; (3) prior case law holding certain U.K. rules incompatible with EU law; (4) possible U.K. versions of EU projects (e.g., public country- by-country reporting); (5) State aid investigations; (6) customs and tariffs; (7) treaty implications; (8) EU member states’ domestic beneficial ownership rules that provide preferred treatment to EU residents; and (9) cross border restructurings. Drawing upon the experience of tax advisers and U.S. MNEs, this panel will provide a snapshot of the current status of these tax questions and offer a window into the future.
Professor Kerry Ryan, St. Louis University Law School, St. Louis, MO
Lydia Challen, Allen & Overy, London, UK
Professor Tracy Kaye, Seton Hall University School of Law, Newark, NJ
Professor Mindy Herzfeld, University of Florida Levin College of Law, Gainesville, FL
Rom Watson, Ropes & Gray, Boston, MA
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