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 ...
Orrick partners Guy Singer and Anne Murray are speaking at ACI’s 37th International Conference on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. This is the legal and compliance event of the year, where top minds from the anti-corruption community discuss solutions to their everyday challenges.
Orrick is hosting the 12th Annual Global Dive/In on October 26, 2020. This year, our keynote Dive/In speaker is Professor Ibram X. Kendi, Director of the Center for Anti-Racist Research at Boston University and the author of New York Times Bestseller How to Be An Anti-Racist.
Join leaders in the industry for an informative discussion on the most recent updates on the transition, the ins-and-outs of the ARRC proposed replacement language, and what you should be thinking about and doing now to prepare for the phase-out.
Orrick is sponsoring Capital Link’s 12th Annual Maritime Forum on October 14-15, 2020. Banking & Finance partner Bill Haft will moderate the “Banking and Ship Finance” panel on Thursday, October 15 at 8:45 AM ET.
October.14.2020 - October.15.2020 | Digital Conference
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 partner Scott Morvillo and expert practitioners at PLI's Defending Immigration Removal Proceedings 2020. Scott will be speaking on the panel, "Cancellation of Removal and Representing the Criminal Defendant in Immigration Removal Proceedings."
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