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June 2014
Newsletter

In this Issue:

  • David R. Tillinghast - Lawyer, Teacher, Statesman, Legend, Retires From Baker & McKenzie
  • Treasury Alters Landscape for Triangular Reorganizations - Again Addressing Killer B Transactions
  • Eliminating Electivity: Proposed Regulations Redefine "Acquiring Corporation" to Eliminate a Tax Attribution Succession Option
  • IRS Applies Section 956 Anti-Abuse Rule to Loan Funded Through a Partnership with CFC Partners
  • Notice Provides Transition Period for FATCA Enforcement and Announces Rule Changes
  • New York District Court Denies Work Product Protection to Planning Documents Assessing Tax Litigation Hazards
  • Businesses Need to Resolve Tax Issues Only with Tax Authorities and Not With Class Action Plaintiff Attorneys - The Loeffler Case
  • Standing on the Verge of New York Franchise Tax Reform
  • New York State Brings Significant Changes to Tax Laws Affecting Estates and Trusts
  • Time to Play Quash: Tenth Circuit Creates Circuit Split in Finding Procedural Defects Fatal to IRS Summonses
  • Provisional Measure No. 627/13 is Converted into Law
  • Global Transfer Pricing Practitioners to Present Full-Day Workshop This July in Santa Clara, California 
  •  First Annual Baker & McKenzie / Bloomberg BNA Canada Transfer Pricing Conference to be held September 29-30 in Toronto, Ontario
June 2014
Client/Legal Alert
On 18 June 2014, the US Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced changes to the 2012 Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program (OVDP) and the Non-Resident US Taxpayer Disclosure Program (now referred to as the Streamlined Filing Compliance Procedures). The changes are intended to ease burdens and help taxpayers come into compliance by extending the eligibility requirements for the Streamlined Filing Compliance Procedures to a wider population of US taxpayers living outside of the United States, as well as to certain US taxpayers residing in the United States.
May 2014
Client/Legal Alert
The 34 member countries of the OECD, including Mexico, as well as Argentina, Brazil, China, Colombia , Costa Rica, India, Indonesia, Latvia, Lithuania, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, and South Africa adopted the Declaration on the Automatic Exchange of Information on Tax Matter (hereinafter the Declaration) on 6 May 2014.
May 2014
Client/Legal Alert
On 30 April 2014, the Federal Government of Mexico submitted to the Mexican Senate, through the Secretary of the Interior, a package enclosing the bills to issue new laws as well as amendments to existing laws, which will serve to implement and regulate the constitutional energy reform published on 20 December 2013.
8 May 2014
Featured Content
Baker & McKenzie's State and Local Tax practitioners will be offering SALT Roundtables in four cities across the US, including Dallas (May13), Houston (May14), Minneapolis (June 3) and Palo Alto (June 26) The roundtable discussions will focus on current legislative developments in state and local tax.
May 2014
Client/Legal Alert
At its 19 March 2014 session, the Second Chamber of the Mexican Supreme Court (Supreme Court) resolved an amparo action that analyzed the constitutionality of Article 32(XVIII) of the Mexican Income Tax Law (MITL) in effect through 2013, which prohibited the deduction of pro rata expenses paid abroad.
May 2014
Client/Legal Alert
In 2010, the United States Congress enacted the Hiring Incentives to Restore Employment Act, which included provisions known as the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act or FATCA. The purpose of FATCA is to prevent US persons from evading US tax through the use of non-US entities, by requiring such entities to disclose US account information to the relevant governmental authorities.
May 2014
Book
Each year, Baker & McKenzie lawyers produce Doing Business in Russia - a general guide for companies operating in or considering investment into the Russian Federation. The guide presents an overview of the key aspects of the Russian legal system and regulation of business activities in this country.
April 2014
Newsletter
This is the April 2014 edition of North America Tax News & Developments.
April 2014
Client/Legal Alert
Important clarifications provided by a recently published circular letter, on the application of the Fairness Tax.
15 April 2014
Client/Legal Alert
On 20 February 2014, the Department of the Treasury (Treasury) issued a package of final and temporary regulations to conform the existing regulations under Internal Revenue Code Chapters 3 (30 percent withholding on foreign persons' US source income) and 61 (information reporting on and backup withholding from payments made to US persons) with the Chapter 4 (FATCA) provisions.
14 April 2014
Presentation
This publication is available only in Russian.
April 2014
Newsletter
This is the April 2014 edition of China Tax Monthly.
April-May 2014
Newsletter
This information bulletin is published by the Baker & McKenzie Tax Group.
3 March 2014
Book
In a series of exclusive interviews with top private equity players and advisers, our third annual private equity report discusses the latest global industry trends and offers tips for private equity and infrastructure investors on how to get deals closed.
 
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