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ABA Section of Taxation: Hybrid 2022 May Tax Meeting

Washington, DC

Layla Asali, Loren Ponds, and Samuel Lapin will speak at the ABA Section of Taxation's Hybrid 2022 May Tax Meeting on May 12-13, 2022, in Washington, DC.

On May 12, Lapin will moderate a panel titled "A Primer on Tax Controversy Procedure and Practice." This panel will aim to provide young and newer lawyers a primer on what it means to be a tax controversy practitioner, what key lessons a new tax controversy practitioner must know to be successful, and how to provide effective support to their teams.

Ponds will moderate "The Good, the Bad, the GILTI: Pillar Two and GILTI," on May 13, a panel discussion that will provide a comparative analysis of GILTI and Pillar Two. Panelists will examine whether the U.S. GILTI regime is, or could be, Pillar Two compliant, various options available to policymakers to coordinate jurisdictions' potential rules under Pillar Two with GILTI, and important issues U.S. based multinational companies should be considering as we move forward.

On May 13, Asali will moderate "Tax Treaty Aspects of the New Foreign Tax Credit Regulations," a panel discussion on the interaction of U.S. tax treaties with the new U.S. foreign tax credit regulations. The panel will address the treaty coordination rule in the regulations and will consider the impact and scope of treaty provisions that provide for a U.S. foreign tax credit.