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· Research tax rules in IRC, tax regulations, and caselaw around subpart F, ECI, sourcing, transactions, and other international tax issues.
· Draft memoranda and other communications to communicate key tax. t and other tax team members.
· Assist with implementation of new legal structures, including drafting intercompany agreements; advise on special/ad hoc technical projects and assist other international tax related projects as necessary.
· Liaise and coordinate with local finance and legal teams, service providers, and internal business teams; Monitor legislative changes and developments.
· Assist with quarterly and year-end international tax provision and compliance processes.
· Bachelor of Laws, Juris Doctor or comparable law degree.
· Admitted to the California Bar.
· 7 years of experience in international tax, with a law firm, big-four accounting firm, or in-house tax department
· Strong understanding of key international tax concepts, such as subpart F, ECI, sourcing, rules for tax-free reorgs., etc.
· Ability to effectively operate in a fast-paced environment and to work on multiple projects simultaneously in a dynamic and constantly evolving context
· Able to work effectively individually and independently, as well as in teams
· Good judgment in selecting methods and techniques for achieving results
· Strong tax research and written communication skills
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