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Tax Treaties and Dispute Resolution

Recorded on: Jul. 26, 2018
Running Time: 01:12:35

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Taken from the Web Program Basics of International Taxation 2018 New York City Recorded July 2018 in New York

Tax Treaties and Dispute Resolution [01:12:35]
• Availability and use of tax treaties
• Competent authority process
• Dealing with cross-border disputes  
John L. Harrington, Catherine G. Schultz, Nicole L. Welch

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  • Tax Treaties and Dispute Resolution
    John L. Harrington, Nicole L. Welch, Heather Maloy
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    John L. Harrington ~ Dentons US LLP
    Catherine G. Schultz ~ Vice President for Tax Policy, National Foreign Trade Council (NFTC)
    Nicole L. Welch ~ Senior Manager, Treaty Assistance and Interpretation Team (TAIT) & U.S Territories; Large Business & International (LB&I), Internal Revenue Service
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