tax break: Microsoft Loses Its Work Product and Privilege Dispute
tax break Podcast
In this episode of tax break, hosts Loren Ponds and Steve Dixon* are joined by guest Kevin Kenworthy (Chair of Miller & Chevalier's Tax Department) to discuss the upshot of the district court's decision in Microsoft's transfer-pricing case as it pertains to claims of work-product protection and section 7525 in the context of transfer pricing and international tax planning.
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*Former Miller & Chevalier attorney