Schneidman to Present on Cross-Border Licensing of Intellectual Property
The Institute on Federal Taxation is organized by New York University School of Continuing and Professional Studies and held every year on each coast. It addresses all major areas of taxation and attracts attorneys, both general tax practitioners and specialists; accountants; corporate treasury and compliance executives; tax managers; and financial planners seeking expert discussion of the latest technical, legislative, and planning developments.
Len Schneidman will co-present A U.S. Primer on the Cross-Border Licensing of Intellectual Property during the 73rd Institute of Federal Taxation program held October 19-24 in New York, NY. Len's session discusses the various U.S. tax issues relating to the cross-border licensing of intellectual property, including: the character and source of licensing income; the provisions of the software regulations; the application of Section 367(d); the impact of Subpart F; and the potential effects of U.S. income tax treaties. His co-presenter is Michael J. Miller, Esq., of Roberts & Holland LLP.
Len Schneidman has over 40 years of experience in international taxation. His work includes counseling clients on structuring and operation of private investment funds, advising high net worth foreign investors on U.S. investments and activities, and helping U.S. and non-U.S. corporate clients with tax-efficient structuring of their business operations.
October 19-24, 2014
New York, NY