Saturday, January 29, 2005
The 2-day U.S. – Mexico International Tax Update On The Latest U.S.-Mexico Cross-Border Tax Issues conference at the University of San Diego concludes today:
Join us for a two day tax conference with sessions on current U.S. international tax law for U.S. and Mexico tax practitioners and financial advisors with clients who have assets, investments or otherwise intend to do business in the United States or Mexico. The conference will cover key tax issues for structuring, acquiring, financing, operating or disposing of assets or an affiliate in the U.S. Top government tax lawyers, including IRS Chief Counsel (International) will outline the new federal international tax provisions in the “American Jobs Creation Act of 2004.” Additionally, senior Mexican tax authorities will discuss the latest Mexican international tax reforms.
Tax Prof speakers include:
- Reuven Avi-Yonah (Michigan):
- American Jobs Creation Act – Update of New U.S. International Tax Reforms
- Application of NAFTA to the U.S.-Mexico Income Tax Treaty and the International Enforcement of Tax Judgments
- Karen Burke (San Diego): Reorganizing and Liquidating U.S. and Mexican Cross-Border Operations
- M. Carr Ferguson (San Diego): Reorganizing and Liquidating U.S. and Mexican Cross-Border Operations
- Bert Lazerow (San Diego): Application of NAFTA to the U.S.-Mexico Income Tax Treaty and the International Enforcement of Tax Judgments
- Dennis Lilly (San Diego): U.S. and Mexican Taxation of Cross-Border Services – Including Immigrating to or from the U.S. and Mexico and Application to Athletes and Entertainers
- Richard Pugh (San Diego): American Jobs Creation Act – Update of New U.S. International Tax Reforms
For the conference brochure, with registration information and a complete list of speakers and their topics, see here.