Tax Aspects of International Business & Finance

LAWJD781

Tax aspects of international business transactions, both "inbound" and "outbound", with particular attention to fiscal jurisdiction, the foreign tax credit, allocation of income among affiliated companies, treaties, anti-abuse measures aimed at tax haven operations, information reporting and foreign investment in U.S. securities and real estate. PREREQUISITE/COREQUISITE: INTRODUCTION TO FEDERAL INCOME TAXATION is a recommended prerequisite, but required at least as a corequisite. RESTRICTION: Students may not enroll in the International Tax seminar (JD918) and this course. NOTE: This course (and the final exam) is administered through the Graduate Tax Program (Room 1670). This section is for pre-registration purposes only. Students will be transferred to the Tax section (TX906) of the course during the summer.
Fall 2016: LAW JD 781 , Sep 12th to Dec 5th 2016
SectionInstructorCreditsDaysTimeBuildingRoom
A1William W. Park2Mon4:20 pm - 6:20 pm