BYU Law Review will host the 2016 Law Review Symposium, “A Scholarly Conversation at the Cutting Edge of International Tax Reform,” on Friday, March 11, 2016. Seven leading scholars from across the nation will visit BYU Law to present and discuss research on U.S. international tax reform. This subject matter occupies congressional committees and was involved in the presidential primary debates. Corporate inversions are the most prominent topic in the reform conversation, but there are other important issues as well.
During the symposium, BYU Law Professor J. Clifton Fleming will co-present a lecture with Texas Law School Professor Robert J. Peroni entitled, “You Can Run but You Can’t Hide: Addressing Inversions and Defending Worldwide Taxation with a Shareholder-based Definition of Corporate Residence.” Following, the conference, work of the scholarly presenters will be published in the BYU Law Review.