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Tax Disputes Podcast - the USA

What better way to visit the world than by speaking to local experts from the comfort of your own desk about the tax litigation landscapes in their countries?

I enjoyed my “trip” to the US: in the second episode of our new Tax Disputes podcast series, Dominic Robertson, Co-Head of Slaughter and May’s Tax Disputes Practice, and I had the privilege of speaking to Clark Armitage, Transfer Pricing Advisor and Member at Caplin & Drysdale, about tax disputes in the US. 

What was covered?

The IRS is looking for transfer pricing cases to litigate, and has had some big wins. But the most talked-about tax case is Moore challenging the constitutionality of the Mandatory Repatriation Tax under the 2017 US tax reform. And, of course, we didn't ignore the elephant in the room - the upcoming US elections (and those in the UK, although their outcome seems less hard to predict). 

Listen to the podcast to find out about the challenges of litigating transfer pricing cases, how Clark thinks the US Supreme Court is likely to decide Moore, his take on the impact of the US elections and much more!

Subscribe to our regular Tax News podcast show on your preferred podcast app to hear more and find out when further episodes are released. 


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