11th Annual Institute on Tax Aspects of Mergers & Acquisitions: Latest Approaches for the Economic Recovery
This event is canceled.
The Institute will explore current tax developments and planning opportunities relating to mergers and acquisitions. The program has been substantially redesigned from past years to provide updated and reorganized material, and contains three new introductory and advanced breakout sessions that will make the program useful to practitioners with all levels of experience. There will be a 2-hour evening introductory session on basic tax rules for M&A, followed by a full day of panels on taxable transactions, tax-free acquisitions and spinoffs, international transactions, partnership transactions, negotiating a corporate acquisition, and ethical issues in tax practice. One hour of ethics CLE credit will be provided. For several of the sessions, attendees can choose to attend beginning or advanced discussions of the topic. The speakers will include nationally recognized corporate tax professionals and the top corporate tax official at the IRS.
This program is co-sponsored by New York City Bar and Center for the Study of Mergers and Acquisitions, Penn State Dickinson School of Law. Additional information is available online. CLE credit is available; see brochure for details.