IFA USA New York Regional International Tax Seminar

Seminar | July.26.2018 | 8:30am - 12:45pm (Eastern Daylight Time)

PwC LLP

Orrick Tax Partner Peter Connors will serve as chair of the New York Region International Tax Seminar, presented by the USA Branch of the International Fiscal Association (IFA USA). The event will take place Thursday, July 26th, and will feature:

  • The Foreign Tax Credit After The TCJA
    Chair: Patrick Brown,The General Electric Company
  • Beating the BEAT
    Chair: Danielle Rolfes, KPMG LLP
  • Foreign Issues Including DAC6 and The MLI
    Chair: Suchi Lee,PwC LLP

CLE Credits Available: N

6650_740x360

Practice:

  • Tax
  • Corporate Tax
  • Restructuring
  • International Tax
  • Swaps and Other Hedges
  • Tax Advocacy
  • Japan
  • Master Limited Partnerships
  • Blockchain and Cryptocurrency

Peter Connors Partner Tax, Corporate Tax

New York

Peter Connors, a tax partner in the New York office, focuses his practice on cross-border transactions. He also has extensive experience in related areas of tax law, including financial transactions, corporate reorganizations, private equity investments and controversy matters.

A significant portion of his practice involves tax controversy, including representation of taxpayers before the U.S. Tax Court. According to Chambers, he is "admired by peers for the strength of his activity in the field of cross-border transactions."

Peter serves as Vice President of the American College of Tax Counsel.

Before joining Orrick, Peter was a principal in the International Tax Services Group of Ernst & Young in New York.

A prolific author, Peter is a frequent lecturer for a variety of major organizations and has published more than 100 articles on tax planning subjects. He is a co-author of T.M. Portfolio 543 ("The Mark to Market Rules" of Section 475-2d) and the author of T.M. Portfolio 909-3d ("The Branch-Related Taxes" of Section 884). From 2008 to 2010, he was the Vice Chair, Committee Operations, of the American Bar Association Tax Section. In 2010, Peter also founded the NYC Calendar Program for the U.S. Tax Court.