Tax Reform Insights: IRS Proposes Section 163(j) Regulations – New Business Interest Expenses Deduction Limit

By , , and on December 26, 2018
Justin JesseJustin Jesse
  Justin Jesse focuses his practice on US and international tax and tax controversy. He advises clients on all aspects of tax disputes, including cases before the US Tax Court, US district courts and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Such matters have included disputes relating to captive insurance, research and development credits, transfer pricing and tax advantaged transactions. He has also represented clients before Congress relating to investigations of tax-related matters. Read Justin Jesse's full bio.


AvatarEmily Mussio
Emily A. Mussio advises clients on various aspects of United States and international tax law. She is experienced with tax controversy and litigation, and federal income tax covering individuals, corporate and partnership taxation. Read Emily Mussio's full bio.


David SherwoodDavid Sherwood
David D. Sherwood focuses his practice on a broad range of domestic tax issues affecting corporations, joint ventures and their owners, including the tax treatment of spin-offs and other restructurings, consolidated returns, the availability of deductions on the worthlessness or other disposition of stock, and the formation of investment partnerships, real estate partnerships, corporate joint ventures and multinational group internal partnerships. Read David Sherwood's full bio.


Kevin HallKevin Hall
Kevin Hall focuses his practice on domestic and international tax matters for multinational companies and high-net-worth individuals. Kevin has experience planning and implementing a variety of transactions, including domestic and cross-border mergers, acquisitions, spin-offs, and joint ventures. He has provided tax advice in connection with capital markets transactions and cross-border lending transactions. He has also advised fund sponsors and fund investors. Read Kevin Hall's full bio.

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