For each engagement, John Woodruff’s goal is to provide strategic, practical, and efficient recommendations for our clients’ complex tax matters. John counsels clients on all aspects of international tax, transfer pricing, and tax issues related to cross-border mergers, acquisitions, and restructurings. He regularly partners with clients on issues related to the U.S. foreign tax credit, subpart F, U.S. trade or business/permanent establishment determinations, treaty-based positions, transfer pricing strategies, and strategic tax-related planning for international investments and financings.
Drawing on his many years of experience in private practice and in major accounting firms, John structures acquisitions, dispositions, public offerings, reorganizations, restructurings, repatriations, and insolvency transactions in a manner that best protects each client's interests.
John also represents multi-national clients operating in a broad range of industries, with a particular focus on energy companies involved in:
Exploration and production
Oilfield manufacturing and engineering
Articles in the National Law Review database by John T. Woodruff