Bryan Cave Partner John Barrie, a member of the firm’s federal and state tax controversy team in New York and Washington, was featured Nov. 23 in the leading German daily Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung assessing the impact of the proposed U.S. tax reform on international corporations. While critics say the proposed interest barrier to hamper so called earning-stripping by multinational companies in the U.S., Barrie argued that international companies may adapt to the legislation and welcomed the advantages of the tax reform that proposes to reduce corporate tax from 35 to 20 percent. Click here to read the full article, in German.