Hee-Joong Kim Speaks at ABA Conference on U.S. Tax Changes
Posted on October 22, 2018
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Seoul, Korea, October 22, 2018: Mr. Heejoong (Alex) Kim of HwaHyun spoke at the American Bar Association’s Section of International Law Conference titled: The New Engine of Growth: Investment and TechnologyConferencein the exciting and innovative city of Seoul, Korea. The conference took place October 17-19, 2018.
Mr. Kim participated in the following section of the conference:
How U.S. Tax Changes Will Affect U.S.-Asian Transfers of Investment and Technology
The U.S. tax law in 2018 dramatically changed the U.S. taxation of foreign investors in U.S. businesses and of foreign technology companies with U.S. subsidiaries. Likewise, the U.S. tax law in 2018 dramatically changed the U.S. taxation of U.S. investors in foreign businesses and of U.S. technology companies with foreign subsidiaries. The panelists will review these 2018 U.S. tax changes, and how they are likely to change the flows of investment and multinationals’ spending on developing technology, between the U.S. and Asia. The new U.S. tax rules will affect the advice that attorneys will give on structuring or restructuring cross-border investments, presenting opportunities but potential pitfalls.
Panel Chair & Moderator:
Alan S. Lederman, Gunster, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Bobbe Hirsh, Skarzynski Black LLC, Chicago, IL
Heejoong Kim, HwaHyun (Jung & Sohn), Seoul, Korea
David Liu, FuJae Partners, Shanghai, China
Makoto Sakai, Mori Hamada & Matsumoto, Tokyo, Japan