Webinar: The Importance of Proactively Managing Transfer Pricing RIsk

Monday, September 12, 2022
2:00 p.m. ET

Join our Professor of Practice, Michael Semes, for a panel discussion featuring Michael Stratis (Principal at PwC), Brett Glowacki (Principal at PwC) and an in-house practitioner. Recent court cases demonstrate that the IRS is focusing resources on - and aggressively challenging - taxpayers' transfer pricing arrangements.  This panel of experts will provide an overview of transfer pricing principles and discuss ways to manage transfer pricing risk.


Michael Semes, Professor of Practice for the Graduate Tax Program.

Michael Semes Appointed Professor of Practice for the Villanova University Graduate Tax Program

Villanova University announced the appointment of Michael Semes as Professor of Practice for the Graduate Tax Program. In his new role, Semes will teach courses in the University’s nationally recognized graduate tax program, which is comprised of a Master of Law in Taxation (LLM) degree and a Master of Taxation (MT) degree, and is offered both on-campus and online.


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Tax Litigation Course Fills the Training Gap for Low Income Taxpayer Clinics

Low Income Tax Clinics around the county, like the Federal Tax Clinic at Villanova Law, provide an invaluable service of free legal counsel to low-income taxpayers in controversies with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Practitioners at the clinics work with clients to represent them in disputes including audits, administrative appeals, collection matters and cases before the United States Tax Court and Federal District Courts. The free representation oftentimes results in substantial client benefits, including refunds, relief for innocent spouses and lower tax liabilities, all of which would not be possible without the clinics.


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