Taxing the Cloud: Learn more about International Tax Rules for Virtual Commerce
Taxing the Cloud
Technological developments tend to outpace tax reform. This is especially true with the taxation of the Cloud. International tax rules were not developed for virtual commerce. Rules of taxation generally follow physical presence of assets and the place where services are provided. In the Ethernet-world these are not easy to pinpoint. This creates both risks and opportunities. Learn more about the issues and how to help position your company better to manage them.
About the Speaker - Gregory T. Bryant
Greg Bryant is chair of the International Tax Practice at Williams Mullen. He has over 25 years of experience in Big 4 and executive management, helping companies from start-ups to Fortune 100 companies expand into new markets and navigate operational and tax risks inherent with global markets.
Mr. Bryant previously served as practice leader of Cherry Bekaert & Holland LLP’s National Corporate Tax group; senior manager of the Washington National Tax Services and later the director of National Tax at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP; GlobalTax’s Managing Director; and Vice President of Taxes and Shared Services for Alliance One International Inc.
Thursday, March 28, 2013
5:30pm - 6:00pm (Registration)
Free admission for GACC South members; $35 for non-members
Tuesday, March 26, 2013
About Williams Mullen
Williams Mullen provides comprehensive legal and government relations services that help grow the business of our clients and the economy of our region across North Carolina, Virginia and Washington, D.C. As an AmLaw 200 firm, our attorneys and consultants strive to find the answers and solutions that help clients grow. Putting our clients’ needs first has been the foundation of our approach since the firm was founded 103 years ago.