Daniel V. Stern is a partner in the Firm's North America Tax Practice Group in Washington, DC. He mainly advises multinational and individual clients on corporate tax planning and tax dispute resolution matters. Mr. Stern has written numerous articles on domestic and international tax topics, and is a frequent speaker at Bloomberg Tax, TEI and Baker McKenzie client seminars. His pro bono work includes representing low-income taxpayers, assisting Nepal in drafting a new constitution and advising the International Summit on the Legal Needs of Street Youth.
J.D., University of Virginia School of Law
B.S., Finance, University of Virginia
Bloomberg Tax Management Portfolios
Bloomberg Tax Portfolio, U.S.-to-Foreign Transfer Under Section 367(a), No. 6100, describes in detail the statutory and regulatory rules of §367(a), one of the fundamental international tax provisions that addresses outbound transfers of property, as well as the related reporting provisions of §6038B.