John L. Harrington, J.D., Columbia Law School (1987); B.S. University of Florida (1984). Chair of Dentons’ U.S. Tax practice. Mr. Harrington advises clients on tax planning, transactional and compliance issues; international tax legislative, regulatory, and treaty matters; and a variety of substantive and legislative domestic tax issues. He has extensive experience in dealing with the foreign tax credit, anti-deferral regimes (including Subpart F income), cross-border activities of companies and individuals, and other international tax issues. Prior to joining Dentons, Mr. Harrington served as International Tax Counsel for the U.S. Department of Treasury, where he worked closely with the Internal Revenue Service to develop regulations and other administrative guidance and represented the United States at tax-related meetings of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and in tax-related trade disputes before the World Trade Organization (WTO). Before joining the Treasury Department, Mr. Harrington was a tax counsel on the U.S. House Committee on Ways and Means.
Bloomberg Tax Management Portfolios
This Bloomberg Tax Portfolio describes the federal income tax consequences that occur when a domestic corporation or domestic partnership converts into, merges with, or becomes the subsidiary of a foreign corporation through an exchange of stock.