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Peter L. Faber focuses his practice on corporate and business tax planning and controversy work involving federal, state and local taxes. Peter's state and local tax practice has included tax planning for corporate acquisitions, divestitures and restructurings, combined report planning, electronic commerce and nexus issues, cloud computing issues, residence matters, alternative apportionment issues and a variety of other matters. Read Peter Faber's full bio.

The October 2017 issue of Focus on Tax Strategies & Developments has been published. This issue includes five articles that provide insight into US federal and international tax developments and trends across a range of industries, as well as strategies for navigating these complex issues.

Republican Leaders Release Tax Reform Framework
By David G. Noren Alexander Lee

M&A Tax Aspects of Republican Tax Reform Framework
By Alexander Lee, Alejandro Ruiz and Timothy S. Shuman

State and Local Tax Aspects of Republican Tax Reform Framework
By Peter L. Faber

Grecian Magnesite Mining v. Commissioner: Foreign Investor Not Subject to US Tax on Sale of Partnership Interest
Kristen E. Hazel, Sandra P. McGill and Susan O’Banion

The IRS Attacks Taxpayers’ Section 199 (Computer Software) Deductions
Kevin Spencer, Robin L. Greenhouse and Jean A. Pawlow


Read the full issue of Focus on Tax Strategies & Developments

The recently released regulations under Internal Revenue Code Section 385, addressing the circumstances under which related company debt will be classified as equity for federal income tax purposes, will have a significant impact on not only federal taxes but also on state and local taxes. For a more detailed discussion of these implications by our own Peter Faber, please see here.