Brian Arthur is a partner in Baker McKenzie's New York office, where he advises on international and US federal taxation. He regularly presents on transfer pricing and international tax issues for organizations such as Tax Management Portfolio&tm and various Firm client seminars. Brian has also authored several articles on these topics. He focuses on federal transfer pricing, international tax controversy and international tax planning. He also counsels on audits, appeals, litigation, competent authority and other stages of dispute resolution.
Previously, Brian was an Associate at White & Case from 2006–2008, and an Attorney-Advisor to the Honorable Judge Joel Gerber, the United States Tax Court from 2004–2006. He is a Member of the J. Edgar Murdock American Inn of Court, U.S. Tax Court and a Certified Public Accountant (CPA).
LL.M. in Taxation, University of Florida (2004)
J.D., with honors and Masters of Accounting, University of Florida (2002)
B.S., with honors, University of Florida (1998)
Bloomberg Tax Management Portfolios
Transfer Pricing: A Case Study (Methods and Documentation) (Portfolio 6912)
This Portfolio uses a case study involving a fictional company to provide a practical background on how to prepare a transfer pricing study to meet the regulatory and administrative documentation requirements in the United States and under the OECD Guidelines.