Tax Reform: Insurance Provisions—Spotlight on Property & Casualty Insurers

A number of provisions included in the Senate’s tax reform bill, H.R. 1 (the Senate Bill) would impact the insurance sector. Many of the provisions would affect only the life insurance industry. Others affect property & casualty (P&C) insurance companies. Still others affect both life and P&C insurance companies.

Kristen E. HazelKristen E. Hazel
Kristen E. Hazel has extensive experience representing clients in US and international aspects of federal tax matters, including international acquisitions and divestitures, international joint ventures, and capital plan design and implementation. Her work includes both inbound and outbound transactions. Kristen is the co-chair of the Firm's Captive Insurance Affinity Group. She regularly counsels clients with respect to the tax aspects of organizing, operating and defending captive insurance companies. Read Kristen Hazel's full bio.


Michael J. WilderMichael J. Wilder
Michael J. Wilder focuses his practice on corporate and international tax issues. He has extensive experience in structuring corporate mergers and dispositions, spin-offs, liquidations, cross-border transfers and financing instruments, as well as in the areas of consolidated returns, bankruptcy and insolvency tax matters. Michael represents clients in seeking private letter rulings from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and in handling audit and appeals matters. Michael is the leader of McDermott’s Corporate Tax Practice. Read Michael Wilder's full bio.


AvatarMichael F. Kelleher
Michael F. Kelleher represents corporate taxpayers in complex federal income tax controversies, transfer pricing and insurance tax matters. In the tax controversy arena, Michael represents clients in pre-audit planning, audits before the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Appeals Office and in litigation. He has extensive experience with alternative dispute resolution (ADR) procedures, including fast-track and post-appeals mediation. Read Michael Kelleher's full bio.


Thomas M. Jones, PCThomas M. Jones, PC
Thomas (Tom) M. Jones advises clients on federal and state tax, insurance regulatory and legal matters concerning captive insurance and other alternatives to commercial insurance. He counsels multinational corporations, private businesses, taxable and exempt health care providers, trade associations, joint ventures, government instrumentalities, labor unions and enterprises of all types. Read Tom Jones's full bio.

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