32ND Annual Institute on Current Issues in International Taxation
 

The Institute’s first panel will be a discussion on global tax trends and digitalization of the economy. The Institute will also address key practical issues faced by tax practitioners, corporate tax executives, and the Internal Revenue Service, with private sector and government panelists discussing, among other things,FDII, GILTI, foreign tax credits, repatriation, cross-border individual matters, other current developments, BEAT, cross-border financing, and ethics.

The Institute will conclude with a panel on “Views from the Government” that will include both Treasury and IRS officials and will involve a roundtable discussion of important topics from senior international tax government officials.

The program is designed to encourage an exchange of views between government and private sector panelists and to provide a forum for attendees to participate in the panel discussions by posing questions to the panelists.
 


Current Issues in International Taxation is designed for
 

• Corporate tax executives responsible for international tax matters
• Law firm partners and associates working in the international tax area
• Accounting firm partners and managers working in the international tax area
• Members of the academic community interested in the latest technical   
  developments in international taxation
• Internal Revenue Service personnel working in international tax
 

QUESTIONS FOR THE IRS AND PANELISTS

You may submit written questions for any of the program panelists in advance. If you wish to do so, please send your written question(s) to Stacey.Gardiner@tggroup.com.

 

UNIVERSITY POLICY ON EQUAL OPPORTUNITY

 

The George Washington University does not unlawfully discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, or sexual orientation.

 

 

ACCREDITATION

 

The Thirty-Second Annual Institute on Current Issues in International Taxation scheduled for December 19 - December 20, 2019 will provide: Delivery Method: Group-Live; panel discussions and lectures by speakers, with limited ability of registrants to ask questions of the speakers.

The George Washington University Law School offers programs at an advanced level of continuing education. Although no prerequisite courses, experience or advance preparation is required to participate in this program, working knowledge of international taxation and some prior knowledge of the program topics are necessary.

This program is structured as a group-live offering (and is not a self-study offering). The recommended number of CPE credits to be awarded is 14.

Learning Objectives:
• Foster dialogue between government and private sector panelists and registrants
• Inform registrants of current developments in the international tax area
• Refine and develop future programs in response to registrant comments about topics and speakers

For more information before the Institute regarding administrative policies, such as complaint, refunds, and cancellation, please contact Safisha Mance, CMP, GWU Law Institute Program Registrar, 5709 Blair Road, NE, Washington, DC 20011, Phone 202-492-8278, Fax 202-747-2723, smance@manceandassociates.com. For assistance after the Institute regarding submission for CPE and/or CLE credit, please contact the GW Law Office of Continuing Legal Education at CLE@law.gwu.edu.

The George Washington University is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit.

Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be addressed to the: National Registry of CPE Sponsors, 150 Fourth Avenue North, Suite 700, Nashville, TN 37219-2417, Web site: www.nasba.org.

Upon request, the Institute will submit applications to state bar associations for continuing legal education credits. Since crediting is decided by the respective state bar authority, no advance assurance can be given that credit will be granted in all cases. Please indicate your interest in CLE or CPE by completing the designated portion of your registration form.

Individuals will be provided a Certificate of Completion reflecting their attendance as evidenced by the completion and verification of Attendance Affidavits maintained by the Institute Monitors.

 

 

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