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Patricia Lewis to Chair Panel on Transfer Pricing Enforcement

December 15, 2011
Chair:Patricia Gimbel Lewis
Program:Striving for Efficiencies in Transfer Pricing Enforcement and Compliance
Event Sponsor:The George Washington University Law School, 24th Annual Institute on Current Issues in International Taxation

The 24th Annual Institute on Current Issues in International Taxation presents an opportunity for attendees to hear high-level Internal Revenue Service and Treasury Department officials, as well as high-level foreign tax officials, address current international tax issues and offer perspectives on trends and developments. Panel discussion enables specialists from the Internal Revenue Service and the Treasury Department to interact with leading private sector tax professionals and representatives of corporate tax departments. For more information, visit Caplin & Drysdale is sponsoring the reception and is participating in the following panels:

Panel Description:
- Sharpening the focus of U.S. transfer pricing enforcement
- The APMA realignment
- Expanding safe-harbor approaches? OECD project and other considerations
- Understanding and utilizing UTP disclosures in the transfer pricing context
- Tightening (or rationalizing) cost-sharing and intangibles-related methodologies
- Other current developments