Taft attorneys Todd C. Lady and Padric K. O’Brien were presenters at the Indiana Tax Institute, which was sponsored by the Indiana CPA Society and took place December 6-7.
The conference is the Society’s longest running event. It featured general sessions covering updates in individual income tax, developments affecting corporations and business operations and challenges facing Indiana businesses in 2013. It awarded 16 hours CPE to attendees.
Lady’s presentation was titled “International Tax Update.” A partner in the firm’s Tax practice group, Lady heads Taft’s International Taxation Practice. He represents clients with respect to domestic and cross-border M&A, inbound investment by non-U.S. persons, taxation of financial instruments and foreign currency denominated investments, choice of legal entity, and the application of the United States tax-treaty network.
O’Brien’s presentation was titled “Tactical Planning for Business Acquisitions.” O’Brien, senior tax counsel at Taft, has 30 years of experience representing private, exempt and public sector interests before U.S. and state tax administrators and courts in a broad range of income, transaction and excise tax issues.
For information about the Indiana CPA Society, visit http://incpas.org.