Job Details

Midlevel International Tax Associate

Company name

Organization Type

Law Firm

Job Type

Attorney

Date Last Verified

Nov 27,2018

Posted on

Jan 03,2018

Years of Experience

5-6 yrs required

Location

San Francisco, CA
Practice Area
Tax >> Tax - International
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Mid-level International Tax Associate
The candidate must have 5-6 years of experience at a law or accounting firm in international tax planning and consulting. An LL.M. in Tax would be helpful. Should preferably have experience with international structuring and cross border transactions planning, management of complex and large multi-jurisdictional projects, and meaningful client responsibilities. Must have strong technical and practical knowledge of US and global international tax rules such as income sourcing rules, US trade or business and effectively connected income, foreign tax credits, income tax treaty issues such as permanent establishment, income characterization, subpart F, withholding tax, tax-free organizations, IP migration and cost sharing arrangements, OECD BEPS actions, CbC reporting, key local OECD BEPS inspired legislation and related aspects such as UK DPT, UK anti-hybrid rules, and Australia MAAL, US and global transfer pricing documentation requirements, international aspects of US tax reform, and other international tax topics. Excellent analytical and writing skills are a must. Familiarity with financial statements and models will be a plus.

Additional info

Ref. #: 17000866

Company info

Hiring Coordinator
DLA Piper.
555 Mission Street
Suite 2400
San Francisco, CA 94105

Review:

"I received great training here as an intern"

Former Employee - Reviewed on December 16, 2017

I would like to see management really get on top of things and make sure that everyone is on the same page and I would like to get some of the rude attorney's get lectured or replaced.

Pros : I received a lot of help here while I was an intern and I greatly enjoyed my interactions with most of the attorneys here. There was always plenty of work to go around as well.
Cons : Unfortunately, there is a real lack of leadership at this firm. At times it can feel like a real free for all. I always felt as though some of the attorneys were really standoffish.
Current or former employee? : Former Employee