Law 360 announced on April 19, 2021, that Robert J. Kiggins, the Tax Practice Group Leader at Culhane Meadows, was chosen as a member of the 2021 Law 360 Tax Authority International Editorial Advisory Board.
Robert Kiggins holds a LL.M. in Taxation from New York University School of Law and recently has started to focus his practice on taxation of cross border transactions. Kiggins also intends to write articles for publication this coming fall on the OECD Pillar One and Pillar Two initiatives. Driven by the emergent worldwide digital economy, these OECD initiatives (called “Blueprints”) are anticipated to change the paradigm for global taxation of multinational enterprises. Law360 is a comprehensive source for business lawyers, covering everything from breaking news to expert, in-depth opinions on a wide-array of legal practice areas and Law 360 Tax Authority focuses on taxation.
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