Tax Implications of International Joint Ventures: Federal and State Tax Issues, Deal Points, Tax Treaties, Planning
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE/CPE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE/CPE webinar will provide tax counsel and advisers an in-depth analysis of the U.S. tax implications of international joint ventures and partnerships. The panel will discuss key federal and state tax considerations and pitfalls to avoid, key tax provisions and deal points when structuring an international joint venture or partnership, and planning techniques. The panel will also provide a deep dive into the ability to benefit from tax subsidies and tax credits, tax treatment of goodwill and any contributed intangibles, and tax implications of capital, interest, dividends, and royalties.
- Structuring options and key tax considerations
- Tax planning tools and pitfalls to avoid
- Detailed tax distribution considerations and how to draft for them
- Tax implications of capital, interest, dividends, and royalties
- Best practices for tax counsel and advisers
The panel will discuss these and other key issues:
- What are the structuring options and key tax conisderations for cross-border joint ventures and partnerships?
- What are the key tax considerations and necessary provisions for joint venture and partnership agreements?
- What tax planning tools are available and how do they interact with joint venture and partnership operations?
- What are the tax implications of capital, interest, dividends, and royalties?
- What benefits, if any, may be available under a given tax treaty?
Julian A. Fortuna
Mr. Fortuna is a partner in Greenspoon Marder’s Corporate & Business practice group. With over 30 years of... | Read More
Mr. Fortuna is a partner in Greenspoon Marder’s Corporate & Business practice group. With over 30 years of legal experience, he concentrates his practice on domestic and international tax, business and estate planning, employee benefits, and executive compensation matters. Mr. Fortuna has substantial experience representing clients in the entertainment, higher education, clean energy, health care, hospitality, non-profit, manufacturing, retail, and real estate industries.Close
James A. Guadiana
Mr. Guadiana is a partner in the Tax practice group at Greenspoon Marder LLP. He is an experienced practitioner in... | Read More
Mr. Guadiana is a partner in the Tax practice group at Greenspoon Marder LLP. He is an experienced practitioner in virtually all areas of taxation. Mr. Guadiana serves as an advisor to public and privately-held multinational companies and investment firms with regard to their operations and investments in the United States and has extensive experience as a tax advisor to a number of public corporations listed on the London, Hong Kong, and Toronto stock exchanges. He is respected domestically and internationally for his ability to identify and resolve unique and complex tax issues in domestic and cross-border investments in a number of different areas of tax law. Mr. Guadiana has also advised both investment management firms and foreign investors in structuring lending programs so as to avoid being treated as the conduct of a “trade or business,” thereby enabling the foreign investor to minimize or avoid U.S. taxation.Close