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McDermott Will & Emery launches advice site to guide clients through US tax reforms

06/12/2017 News Team

International law firm McDermott Will & Emery has launched its new Tax Reform Resource Centre to help clients navigate what could be the most impactful changes to the US tax code in a generation.

The centre (www.mwe.com/taxreform) hosts in-depth video interviews with McDermott’s multidisciplinary team of lawyers along with interactive tools and strategies to help prepare clients for important next steps.

McDermott’s framework lays out hot spots surrounding reform and provides analysis from across the firm’s tax, private client and health care practices.

It currently highlights the US tax reform’s impact on M&A and transactional rules, including the status of the Net Operating Loss on private equity transactions before year-end, as well as unsettled questions related to the choice of entity.

Future topics will include foreign excise tax, minimum tax, estate tax, key findings for high-net-worth individuals and the status of fringe benefits.

“As a market leader in tax law, it is incumbent upon us to equip our clients with the insights and tools they need to plan effectively for proposed reforms,” said Leslie Tullio, chief markering officer at MWE. 

“Our lawyers have given great thought to the potential impact different provisions of this legislation may have on organizations ranging from large MNCs to health care organizations and family offices. The resource centre is a convenient way for us to keep them apprised of our best and latest thinking on the subject and we’re excited to make it available to both current and prospective clients.”

McDermott Will & Emeryhas staff of more than 1,000 lawyers working in offices in Boston, Brussels, Chicago, Dallas, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Houston, London, Los Angeles, Miami, Milan, Munich, New York, Orange County, Paris, Seoul, Silicon Valley and Washington, DC.

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