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Fadi Shaheen

Fadi Shaheen is a professor at Rutgers Law School. He specializes in U.S. and international taxation and has written several articles on international taxation issues. Before joining Rutgers, he worked for the tax group of Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton in New York and as a visiting attorney at Caplin & Drysdale in Washington D.C.

The course will be a broad-based discussion of US cross-border tax issues, from both an inbound and outbound perspective. Planning considerations will be emphasized. The first day will concentrate on investments by foreign persons into the United States, and will include taxation at source on portfolio income, net income taxation, use of hybrid and reverse hybrid vehicles, and related treaty issues. The second day will concentrate on foreign activities of US taxpayers and will include an overview of major transfer pricing issues from the US perspective.

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