Businesses of all sizes and types are increasingly presented opportunities to engage in international transactions in a growing global market.
- Companies require advice on the ramifications of these transactions, both from an American perspective and from the standpoint of other pertinent jurisdictions.
- United States advisors focus on American ramifications, with foreign advisors consulted on non-domestic implications.
- Two general realms from an American perspective: foreign-domiciled businesses engaged in United States transactions and United States-domiciled businesses engaged in foreign transactions.
- A threshold issue for foreign entities is their entity classification for United States purposes.
Patrick J. McCormick is a partner with Culhane Meadows. He earned his J.D. from Vanderbilt University Law School in 2008, and his LL.M. from New York University School of Law in 2009.
Mr. McCormick specializes in and regularly handles matters covering all areas of international taxation, frequently publishing articles and giving presentations on assorted areas of international tax law. Patrick regularly works with accountants on international matters faced by their clients.