Topic: G20

JD Supra Corporate Brief: Tax Transparency, Foreign Official, CEO Fraud, Financial Disaster

It’s Wednesday and the government is still shut down: you’re gonna need more coffee. And the JD Supra Corporate Brief: The G20 want greater tax transparency across the globe – but can their recommendations be put into practice? (Skadden Arps) For the first time in history, an appeals court will consider whether an employee of… Read more »

JD Supra Corporate Brief: China Trademarks, Offshore Wind, Mandatory Arbitration, Butterfly Effect

It’s Wednesday, and that means an extra cup of coffee for all of us here at the JD Supra Corporate Brief. Care to join us? Good news: the G20 finally agree on something. Too bad it’s about sharing tax records around the world… (BakerHostetler) China just revised its trademark law again… (Sheppard Mullin) It’s time… Read more »

Corporations May Lose Billions of Dollars in International Tax Advantages if OECD Plan is Implemented…

“New standards must be designed to ensure the coherence of corporate income taxation at the international level.” (DLA Piper) Apple, Microsoft, Nike, Google, Starbucks, Amazon – a number of US companies have recently come under fire for minimizing corporate taxes by shifting revenue and profits around the world. But they aren’t doing anything illegal by… Read more »