Structuring Tax Provisions in M&A Agreements and Protecting Section 382 Tax Attributes
Recording of a 110-minute CLE/CPE webinar with Q&A
This teleconference will discuss best practices for structuring and negotiating M&A agreement provisions with tax ramifications and tax-specific agreements, and will discuss the use of tax receivables agreements and ways to protect valuable Section 382 tax attributes.
- Tax implications of various M&A agreement provisions
- Structuring provisions with tax ramifications and tax-specific agreements
- Use of income tax receivable agreements
Protecting Section 382 tax attributes
- Outside of bankruptcy
- Post-bankruptcy filing
The panel will review these and other key questions:
- What are best practices for structuring tax-related terms of the M&A agreement?
- What are the benefits of income tax receivable agreements and what are the critical terms?
- What protective measures can companies take to protect Section 382 tax attributes and how can this be accomplished if the company is in bankruptcy?
Following the speaker presentations, you'll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.
R. David Wheat
Thompson & Knight
He focuses his practice on corporate tax, M&A tax, transactions involving partnerships and LLCs, and tax... | Read More
He focuses his practice on corporate tax, M&A tax, transactions involving partnerships and LLCs, and tax controversies. He provides clients with transactional planning and advice, document preparation, and preparation of tax opinions on federal and state tax implications of business transactions, including corporate mergers and acquisitions and the formation and operation of partnerships and LLCs.Close
He is the Global Head of the Tax Practice and the head of the firm’s U.S. Tax Practice in New York. His primary... | Read More
He is the Global Head of the Tax Practice and the head of the firm’s U.S. Tax Practice in New York. His primary areas of practice include federal income taxation of domestic and international mergers, acquisitions, spin-offs and other divestitures. His practice also encompasses the taxation of foreign governmental entities and financial products.Close