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Section of Taxation: TAX COLLECTION, BANKRUPTCY AND WORKOUTS COMMITTEE

Section of Taxation:
TAX COLLECTION, BANKRUPTCY AND WORKOUTS COMMITTEE


Message From The Chair



Welcome to the Bankruptcy & Workouts webpage. The Committee addresses the needs and concerns of those in the Bankrupty & Workouts industry. The Committee also addresses tax collections issues affecting the Bankrupty & Workouts industry. Please review the webpage and join in discussions at the Bankruptcy & Workouts listserv by clicking here. (committee members only, not a member? join today)

Who We Are

The tax implications of bankruptcies and workouts, both for individuals and for corporations, are the focus of this committee.

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Leadership

Vice-Chair:

Sannicandro, Lawrence

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Programs, Meetings and Events

Section Events

    Breaking Bad - Dealing with the Partnership Audit Rules and Partnership Agreement Drafting Considerations

    07/26/2017-07/26/2017

    This panel will consider techniques for drafting partnership agreements to deal with the considerations presented by the partnership audit rules, taking into account the rules' potential application for both federal and state purposes. Featured Speakers Terence F. Cuff , Loeb & Loeb LLP, Los Angeles, ...

    Common Cross-Border Issues in M&A and Tax Planning

    08/02/2017-08/02/2017

    This panel will provide an introduction to key concepts in international taxation, such as withholding tax issues, potential inversions under section 7874, added restrictions on tax-free status under section 367 and debt-equity concerns under the section 385 regulations. The panelists will discuss common ...

    The Nuts and Bolts of Consolidated Return Regulations

    08/16/2017-08/16/2017

    The panel will discuss intercompany transactions, investment adjustments, excess loss accounts, the definition of an affiliated group, the group continuation rules, and issues that arise when a corporation enters or leaves a group. The panel will discuss these topics principally through examples. The ...


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