New York Law School Professor and Senior Tax Consultant Alan Appel will present Nov. 12 at NYU’s 77th Institute on Federal Taxation in San Diego, Calif. The Nov. 11-16 seminar will discuss tax reform and other legislative updates affecting tax planning for US business operations of foreign-owned enterprises.
Appel will present on some of the key US tax issues that should be considered in establishing a business enterprise in the US for foreign owners, including organizational and operational issues, repatriation of earnings and exit strategies, and certain provisions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act that affect such investments in his panel, “Through the Looking Glass: US Tax Planning for Foreign-Owned Operations After Tax Reform.”
Appel is a professor of law and the director of the International Tax Program at New York Law School. He teaches courses in international taxation, corporate taxation and individual taxation. At Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner, he consults on international and domestic tax planning involving taxation of mergers and acquisitions, partnerships, joint ventures, limited liability companies and tax controversy matters.