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Part 4 of 4 New Tax Practitioners Lunch Series: Transfer Pricing and Tax Reform

Date(s):
May 30, 2018
Description:
**Registration is now closed for this program. 
 
Credit: 0 Credit Hours
 
Tax practitioners will discuss the impact of tax reform legislation on transfer pricing.
 
Pre-registration for this program is encouraged. As always, please feel free to share this invitation with colleagues. D.C. Bar membership is not required to attend.
 
This luncheon program is sponsored by the New Tax Practitioners Committee of the D.C. Bar Taxation Community. Cosponsored by the D.C. Bar International Community. Food is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Doors open at 11:45 am.
 
**This program is offered in-person and also as a live teleconference format.

Please note: Only those registrants who sign up under the "Remote Attendance" price category will receive access to the teleconference. Teleconference information will be e-mailed to registrants no less than two hours prior to the event.
 
Speakers:
• Clay Collins, Transfer Pricing Manager, Pricewaterhouse Coopers LLP
• Drew Cummings, Associate, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP
• Ryan Kelly, Partner, Alston & Bird LLP
• Elizabeth Stevens, Associate, Caplin & Drysdale

In-Person Fees: $0 Taxation Community Member; $0 International Community Member; $5 Government Brown Bag; $10 Law Student; $15 Government/NonProfit; $20 D.C. Bar Member; $25 Non-Member
 
Teleconference Fees: $0 Taxation Community Member; $0 International Community Member; $5 Government; $10 Law Student; $15 Government/NonProfit; $20 D.C. Bar Member; $30 Non-Member
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Clayton Collins,

Drew Cummings, Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP

Ryan Kelly,


Ryan J. Kelly is a partner with Alston & Bird’s Federal & International Tax Group. Ryan practices in tax dispute resolution, transfer pricing, and general tax planning. He focuses on domestic and international tax issues with an emphasis on transfer pricing. Ryan has advised multinational corporations and the U.S. government on complex cross-border transactions, including several litigation matters involving tax disputes that are some of the largest in U.S. history. Ryan previously served as an attorney-adviser in the IRS Office of Associate Chief Counsel (International), where he advised examiners, economists, and lawyers with the IRS’s Large Business & International Division on high-stakes international tax issues and transfer pricing. Before serving at the IRS, Ryan was a member of


Elizabeth Stevens,

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