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Mark Horowitz

Mark Horowitz

McDermott Will & Emery LLP

Houston, TX, USA


Mark Horowitz represents multinational enterprises in international transfer pricing and tax controversy matters. He advises clients with respect to advance pricing agreements, competent authority cases, the planning, structuring and documenting of controlled group transfer pricing arrangements, and the accounting and reporting of uncertain tax positions.

Mark has significant experience in US-Japan, US-United Kingdom and US-Canada competent authority cases and advance pricing agreements. His clients include companies from the consumer products, software, engineering and construction, chemical, and oil field services industries.

Mark represents clients in tax controversies before the Internal Revenue Service and state and local tax authorities, and handles litigation in transfer pricing and other contexts. In addition, he advises clients on a broad range of state and federal tax issues. Mark has spoken on tax-related topics at numerous tax conferences.

RESULTS

  • Represented a multinational engineering and construction company in the negotiation of a US and UK bilateral advance pricing agreement and a US unilateral advance pricing agreement
  • Represented a multinational manufacturing enterprise in the negotiation of a US and Canada bilateral advance pricing agreement
  • Represented a multinational engineering and construction company in Internal Revenue Service (IRS) appeals, US competent authority proceeding, and US Tax Court
  • Represented a multinational chemical company in a US and Japan competent authority proceeding and in the negotiation of a US and Japan bilateral advance pricing agreement
  • Represented a multinational oil field service company in a US and Canada competent authority proceeding
  • Represented a multinational entertainment enterprise in the negotiation of a unilateral US advance pricing agreement
Mark Horowitz is associated with the following items:
Course Handbooks  Course Handbooks International Tax Issues 2016 (Chicago), Chicago, IL
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