Posted on 11/1/2018 12:56:59 PM By Partridge Partners

Tax law changes often have far-reaching implications, even into the world if Intellectual Property. Learn the benefits and pitfalls of recent tax changes. 
 

Trump's Tax Cuts: Benefits/Pitfalls for IP

Susan Fickling-Munge 
Managing Director, Chicago Office of Duff & Phelps

Susan is a member of Duff & Phelps Transfer Pricing practice, leveraging more than 15 years of transfer pricing and valuation experience. Susan has worked closely with global companies in a vast range of industries, assisting them with transfer pricing planning, documentation and defense.

IP Valuation Post Tax Reform
Discussion around the key provisions of tax reform that affect intercompany IP planning including a discussion of economic vs legal ownership of IP and key transfer pricing approaches in valuing IP (including assumptions around useful life).

 

Corky Kessler 
Partner, Rubenstein Business Law

Corky regularly speaks on the business and legal aspects of feature film development and tax incentives in connection with the entertainment industry. Corky has authored a reference book covering federal and state tax incentives applicable to the entertainment industry and also is an Adjunct Professor at the John Marshall Law School, Corky teaches an entertainment and transactional law course, and previously taught a similar course at Northwestern Law School and at Columbia College's film department.

Runaway Production: Myth and Reality
A discussion on incentives available to help all Film, Television and Theater projects to secure United States investors

Register for Trump's Tax Cuts: Benefits/Pitfalls for IP

The session will also be broadcast via WebEx for registrants who cannot attend in person.