Tax Strategies for Corporate Acquisitions, Dispositions, Spin-Offs, Joint Ventures, Financings, Reorganizations & Restructurings 2017

PLI Seminar

10/18/2017 - 10/20/2017

Federal Tax and Mergers + Acquisitions

The Roosevelt Hotel
45 East 45th Street
New York, NY 10017

Thomas A. Humphreys

Thomas A. Humphreys

Speaking Engagement

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This three-day program will focus on the tax issues presented by the entire spectrum of modern major corporate transactions, from relatively simple single-buyer acquisitions of a division or subsidiary to multi-party joint ventures, cross-border mergers, and complex acquisitions of public companies with domestic and foreign operations, including spin-offs and other dispositions of unwanted operations. Evolving techniques for structuring, financing, and refinancing corporate turnovers and other activities will be emphasized, with particular attention being paid to consolidated return issues, to financially troubled businesses, to the role of new financial products and the effects of the evolving economic substance and business purpose doctrine, and to selected current issues in mergers and acquisitions, including the effects of the recently issued Section 385 and Section 7874 regulations.

Morrison & Foerster Partner Thomas A. Humphreys will participate in a panel discussion entitled “Interesting Corporate Transactions of the Past Year” on Day Two of the conference. The session will provide a review and critique of recent novel M&A transactions.

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