James (Brandon) Bickerton has significant experience working with clients on all aspects of their transactional tax and legal needs. Brandon strives to help businesses and individuals identify legal solutions to resolve their tax issues and meet their business objectives.
Brandon has vast experience advising U.S. multinational and foreign multinational corporations on tax planning strategies and matters, including:
Capital Structure Planning
Foreign Tax Credit Planning
Tax compliance matters
Implementing holding company structures for foreign operations
Defending and resolving tax controversies in federal and state levels
Drafting multiple types of documents, including technical memoranda, tax opinions, and IRS protests
Counseling clients on the impact of tax reform, Anti-Tax Avoidance Directive, BEPS, and Section 385 for U.S. subsidiaries for foreign partnered companies.
Articles in the National Law Review database by James (Brandon) Bickerton