The Biden Administration intends to bring climate change issues center stage and it can be expected to use tax provisions to implement its climate change agenda. Of the existing tax provisions incentivizing green behavior, the section 45Q tax credit for carbon capture and sequestration is a key ...
One of the highlights of the recently passed COVID Relief Legislation bill is the permanent minimum 4% Low Income Housing Tax Credit rate. Justin Cooper and Richard Moore will discuss this new legislation and its effect on affordable housing projects.
CCUS Tax Strategies, Opportunities, Roadblocks, Hurdles, and Solutions
Carbon capture and storage projects are rapidly emerging as lucrative investment opportunities, due to a combination of federal and state tax credits and other incentives.
Please join Orrick and The Bond Buyer for a webinar to learn more about the various considerations and financing structures available for government sponsors considering P3 methods of delivery for a project or service.
A panel from Orrick's Tax Advocacy Group will discuss hot-button issues for tax practitioners and their clients, including whether to classify workers as employees or independent contractors, transfer pricing, and recent litigation over FBAR penalties.
Orrick is hosting Impact Capital for their fourth gathering about Opportunity Zones. The working group’s members will discuss early stage venture capital and SME investments that can optimize their Opportunity Zones investment activity.
Orrick and BLX hosted a webinar on recent post-issuance compliance topics, including new rules and regulations, and audits relating to tax-exempt debt from experts who regularly interact with Treasury department officials and the IRS.
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