Elizabeth C. Lu focuses her practice on U.S. and international tax matters. She advises clients on international tax issues, including the subpart F anti-deferral rules, foreign tax credit planning, repatriation, and the international provisions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (GILTI, FDII, BEAT, etc.). Elizabeth has experience advising multinational corporations on global supply chain restructurings, acquisitions, dispositions and joint ventures, post-acquisition integrations, internal reorganizations, tax controversies, and intellectual property migrations. Elizabeth also advises clients on tax treaties, cost-sharing agreements, and the taxation of the digital economy.
Elizabeth regularly speaks on international tax topics, including as part of the Tax in the City® Women’s Roundtable.
While in law school, Elizabeth served as a features editor for the Yale Law Journal. Elizabeth also worked at the University of Chicago Law School as the chief research assistant to Judge Richard A. Posner and Professor William M. Landes.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Elizabeth C. Lu