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Willard Taylor

Sullivan & Cromwell LLP

New York, NY, USA

WILLARD B. TAYLOR, Of Counsel, Sullivan & Cromwell LLP, New York, New York. Partner from 1972 through 2007. London office (1972-75); Paris office (2001-3).

Specializes in United States tax matters, both Federal and State, including advice with respect to the taxation of foreign operations of U.S. corporations, U.S. operations of foreign corporations, mergers and acquisitions and international transactions.  Has represented foreign and domestic corporations before the Internal Revenue Service and in tax litigation and has worked with the Treasury Department and with Congressional staffs on tax legislation.

Professor, Adjunct Faculty of New York University Law School.  Member of the faculty since 1986, and currently teaches Taxation of Business Conduits and International Tax Policy.

Former Chairman of the Tax Section of the New York State Bar Association. Member of the U.S. Council of the International Fiscal Association; and the American College of Tax Counsel; and former member of the Tax Advisory Group of the Federal Income Tax Project of the American Law Institute.

Co-authored (with A.J. Bruen and subsequently Eric Jensen, Federal Income Taxation of Oil and Gas Investments (W,G&L); articles in The Tax Lawyer, BNA Tax and other publications. Frequent speaker at PLI, IBA, IFA, and other professional organizations. Testified on International Tax Systems before the President's Advisory Panel on Tax Reform (2005).

Willard Taylor is associated with the following items:
Treatise Chapters  Treatise Chapters Should There Be One Set of Passthrough Rules for All Non-Publicly Traded Businesses? (Option 2 of the Ways and Means Committee Draft to Reform the Taxation of Small Businesses and Passthrough Entities) - The Partnership Tax Practice Series (2018 Edition), Thursday, August 16, 2018
“Blockers,” “Stoppers,” and the Entity Classification Rules - The Partnership Tax Practice Series (2018 Edition), Thursday, August 16, 2018

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