Peter L. Faber, McDermott Will & Emery LLP; Eric Sloan, Deloitte Tax LLP; Ed Rendell, former Governor of Pennsylvania
Designed for corporate tax professionals – both in-house and outside advisors – the Philadelphia Tax Conference will provide an in-depth discussion of the latest federal, state, and international legal developments and planning opportunities. Business operations and reorganizations will be covered by nationally recognized speakers from both government and the private sector.
Among the topics on Tuesday are State and Local Tax Update; Partnerships Update; a Federal Legislative Update; Practical Transfer Pricing and other International Issues for Mid-Market Companies; Operational Tax Issues for Businesses Crossing Borders; and Executive Compensation: Tax Implications for Nonqualified Executive Compensation When Switching Forms of Entity.
On Wednesday, topics include Tax Accounting – Avoiding Risks of Poor Tax Oversight; Ethics: Privilege Issues in Tax Practice; Reporting Uncertain Tax Positions; Issues of Concern to In-House Tax Departments; and a Corporate Tax Update.
Bob Williams of the Tax Policy Center in Washington DC will present A Crystal Ball View of Tax Policy during Wednesday’s luncheon. Other speakers are Ed Rendell, former governor of Pennsylvania; William D. Alexander, IRS Office of Chief Counsel; Brenda L. Zent, U.S. Department of the Treasury; and Eric Solomon, Ernst & Young LLP.