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Foreign investors are prevalent in the United States in almost every form of investment; buying companies in the United States, trading and selling goods in the United States and Operating Subsidiary Businesses. The foreign investors’ tax in the United States is generally similar to the taxation of the American taxpayer, with several unique exceptions that become traps for the unwary foreign investors. This free CPE webinar will consider many of the traps and techniques for success when foreigners invest in the United States.
Over the past 49 years, Richard S. Lehman has established a sophisticated private practice focusing on tax law. His background, education, and experience have distinguished him in this complex field. A published author and noted speaker, Mr. Lehman has carved a reputation as a powerful client advocate. He is a graduate of Georgetown Law School with a Master’s of tax law from New York University Law School and four years of government service as a senior attorney with the Chief Counsel’s Office of the Internal Revenue Service and as a law clerk on the U.S. Tax Court. Unique to his practice is his position as a sole practitioner. A one-time partner in one of the nation’s largest law firms, Mr. Lehman has found that practicing on his own matches his client’s entrepreneurial spirit. Central to Mr. Lehman’s practice is recognizing that legal needs do not exist in a vacuum.
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