Exports – New Incentives, Old Rules
Webinar: 1.5 CES Credits
Increasing U.S. exports is a hot topic in Washington these days, and tax incentives to boost shipments of manufactured goods to foreign markets are a key feature of the major tax reform legislation Congress is preparing to pass. At the same time, longstanding rules and regulations establish specific requirements that exports must meet. This webinar will review both these basic legal requirements and the proposed tax reforms.
- the Republican “Better Way” plan’s tax provisions
- proposed tax incentives for exports
- basic export rules
- special rules for screening foreign customers
Nicole Bivens Collinson leads the International Trade and Government relations practice of Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, P.A., and serves as managing principal of the Washington, D.C., office. She is also a member of the Firm's Operating Committee. Ms. Collinson has over 25 years of experience in government, public affairs and lobbying. She has drafted and guided the successful implementation of several pieces of key international trade legislation positively affecting the bottom line of many U.S. companies.
Steve Brotherton is a Member of Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, P.A., resident in the San Francisco office, and leads its Export Controls and Sanctions Practice. A leading authority on U.S. export control matters, Mr. Brotherton counsels a wide variety of clients, from Fortune 50 companies to mid-size companies to start-ups, on export control laws and regulations. Mr. Brotherton’s practice encompasses advising on the requirements of the Export Administration Regulations (EAR), the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), and sanctions regulations administered by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC).