M&A and Tax Reform: New Deal Structure Considerations
Capital Expensing, Transition Tax, Business Interest Deduction, NOL Carryforwards, Executive Compensation and More
Note: CPE credit is not offered on this program
A live 90-minute premium CLE webinar with interactive Q&A
This CLE webinar will examine provisions of the new tax reform law that could have a significant impact on the structuring of mergers and acquisitions. The panel will discuss the steps counsel should take now with M&A deals in process and upfront issues to consider in transactions going forward.
- Tax reform: Background and timeline for implementation
- Limitations on use of net operating losses
- Transition tax on deferred foreign income
- Immediate capital expensing
- Limitations on business interest expense deductions
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- How has tax reform changed the analysis of a stock sale vs. asset sale structure?
- What is the significance of the new limitations on the deductibility of NOLs and business interest expenses?
- What is the one-time transition tax and how might it affect deal structure?
Russell A. Daniel
Mr. Daniel leads Grant Thornton’s Southeast Region Mergers & Acquisitions Tax Services practice. He assists... | Read More
Mr. Daniel leads Grant Thornton’s Southeast Region Mergers & Acquisitions Tax Services practice. He assists clients in identifying and evaluating tax risks and opportunities in connection with transactions, including M&A, and implementing federal tax planning strategies. With more than 23 years of experience, he has worked with numerous financial and strategic buyers in structuring acquisitions, buyouts, recapitalizations and internal reorganizations. He is experienced in leveraged buyouts, acquisitions of financially troubled companies, tax-basis planning, transaction cost analysis, S corporations, net operating loss and Section 382 planning, and bankruptcy.Close
Morrison & Foerster
Mr. Strong is co-chair of the Federal Tax Practice Group and the Tax Department at his firm and is also the managing... | Read More
Mr. Strong is co-chair of the Federal Tax Practice Group and the Tax Department at his firm and is also the managing partner of the firm’s Denver office. His nationally-recognized areas of expertise include mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, private equity and venture capital investments, restructurings, distressed situations, and initial public offerings and other types of capital markets transactions. He is the past chair of the Corporate Tax Committee of the Tax Section of the American Bar Association. He is also a frequent speaker on corporate and other tax matters at local, regional, and national seminars and continuing legal education programs.Close
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