U.S. Tax Planning for Foreign Businesses

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Reinhart hosted a webinar/presentation series U.S. Legal Issues for Foreign Businesses in the United States designed to introduce foreign businesses and their legal counsel to the legal issues that are most likely to be important to their U.S. operations. Our attorneys, who span a wide range of legal disciplines, offered practical approaches to these legal issues to help foreign businesses succeed in the United States. The series was hosted by Robert Misey, Chair of Reinhart's International Practice.

The third topic in our series is U.S. Tax Planning for Foreign Businesses, presented by Robert J. Misey, Jr. and Jessica King. Rob discussed the fundamentals of inbound U.S. taxation and illustrated several inbound tax planning techniques for financing and foreign-owned exporters. Jessica discussed the U.S. estate and gift tax regimes, their impact on foreign persons and planning opportunities.

Who Should Attend

  • Attorneys who advise clients that have U.S. operations
  • Foreign businesses with U.S. operation

About Our Speakers

Laura A. Brenner is a shareholder in the firm's Litigation Practice Area and chair of the firm's Commercial and Competition Law Group.
Jeremy R. Bridge is a shareholder and registered patent attorney in the firm's Intellectual Property Practice.
Jessica King is a shareholder in the firm's Trusts and Estates, International and Tax-Exempt Organization Practices.
James N. Law is an attorney in the firm's Litigation Practice.
Robert J. Misey, Jr. chairs the International Practice and is a shareholder in the firm's Tax and Business Law Practices.
Andrew A. Price is an attorney in the firm's Litigation Practice.

These materials provide general information which does not constitute legal or tax advice and should not be relied upon as such. Particular facts or future developments in the law may affect the topic(s) addressed within these materials. Always consult with a lawyer about your particular circumstances before acting on any information presented in these materials because it may not be applicable to you or your situation. Providing these materials to you does not create an attorney/client relationship. You should not provide confidential information to us until Reinhart agrees to represent you.