Speaking Engagements

Strategies for Making a Sec. 338 (h)(10) Election

Bloomberg BNA US Taxation of Mergers and Acquisitions Conference
12.02.14

1:15-2:15 p.m. CST

Gardere Partner James Howard, chair of the Firm's Tax Practice Group, is presenting "Strategies for Making a Sec. 338 (h)(10) Election" at the upcoming Bloomberg BNA U.S. Taxation of Mergers and Acquisitions conference in Houston. Mr. Howard will discuss situations when a stock purchase can be treated like an asset purchase, the benefits of electing asset sale treatment, and considerations for both the buyer and the seller.

The two-day conference provides a technical update for practitioners on the latest tax strategies and techniques in structuring both domestic and cross-border acquisitions, as well as the latest developments in tax regulations and regulatory pronouncements. CPE and CLE credit is available.

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