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The Corporate Tax Practice Series (2010 Edition)

Author(s): Louis S. Freeman
Practice Area: Corporate & Securities, Tax
Date: Oct 2010 i Previous editions(s) can be found in the Related Items tab.
PLI Item #: 158801

With over 485 chapters written by more than 435 of the world’s leading tax practitioners, including former Internal Revenue Service and Department of Treasury officials, the 31-volume Corporate Tax Practice Series is your definitive resource for all things corporate tax. Beginning with a “General Overview and Strategies in Representing Sellers“ written by Series editor Louis S. Freeman, our authors will guide you through the latest in cutting-edge corporate tax strategies and issues, from Section 355 divisive strategies to the latest trends in corporate financings and refinancing. To help put these hot topics in context, the Corporate Tax Practice Series also contains important historical perspectives on tax legislation, rules, regulations and case law.

Major Topics Include:

  • Drafting and negotiating acquisition agreements
  • Contingent liabilities in taxable acquisitions
  • Partnership strategies in M&A
  • Compensation strategies including carried interests
  • Special issues presented by S Corporations
  • Tax considerations in corporate reorganizations and restructurings
  • Transferring intellectual property
  • International tax issues including cross-border mergers, international acquisitions, sovereign wealth funds,and transfer pricing
  • Taxation of financial products
  • Tax shelters, the economic substance doctrine and the anti-abuse rules
  • Consolidated return regulations and issues

Updated annually, Corporate Tax Practice Series offers analysis of key Tax Court decisions and other case law • highlighted Practice Pointers and other tips on steps to take and traps to avoid • real-world case studies and hypothetical examples clarifying important tax issues and strategies • convenient charts outlining civil and criminal tax-related penalties • and more.