Taxing International Transactions
- What is meant by “international tax?
- When and why do you need an understanding of taxes in dealing with international trade, investment and labor movement?
- Treatment of “inbound transactions”
- Treatment of “outbound transactions”, including planning for foreign tax credits and dealing with anti-deferral provisions
- Issues of transfer pricing
- Likely future developments
Duration: 60 minutes
- $50 - Member recorded
- $80 - Non-member recorded
- $200 - All 5 Webinars - Member recorded
- $320 - All 5 Webinars - Non-member recorded
About the Speaker
Charles H. Gustafson
Professor of Law
Georgetown University Law Center
Professor Gustafson teaches Tax Law, Law and Development, International Tax Planning, International Business Transactions, and International Law at the Georgetown University Law Center. He previously served as Associate Dean for International and Graduate Programs at the Law Center. He is the co-author of three casebooks on taxation. Before joining the Georgetown faculty in 1972, Professor Gustafson’s professional experiences ranged from attorney advisor at the State Department to lecturer in law at the Ahmadu Bello University in Zaria, Nigeria, where he assisted in the organization of the first law degree program in that country. He also practiced privately as an associate with the New York firm, Shearman and Sterling, and the D.C. firm, Surrey and Morse. Professor Gustafson has lectured at universities and to professional groups in every inhabited continent.
About the Interviewer
Mark P. Smith
Director, Southwestern Institute for International and Comparative Law and Vice President, The Center for American and International Law
Mark Smith is Vice President of The Center for American and International Law. He serves as Dean of The Center’s Academy of American and International Law, and directs The Center’s Southwestern Institute for International and Comparative Law and its Institute for Law and Techology. He is also responsible for the Center’s programs on Actual Innocence. Mark previously was the Executive Director of The West Virginia State Bar and served as Assistant to the Executive Director of the American Bar Association. He has chaired the Dallas Committee for International Visitors and was President of the Volunteer Center of Collin County. He has taught public sector strategic planning and contemporary American conflicts at the University of Texas at Dallas and served on the Board of the World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth. Mark received an undergraduate degree from Princeton University and a law degree from Yale University.
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