Indirect Taxation & Customs Transfer Pricing Practice

Practice Area

Indirect Taxation & Customs Transfer Pricing Practice

Our international Indirect Taxation & Customs Transfer Pricing Practice advises clients on a wide variety of complex cross-border taxation issues. As global companies continue to expand internationally, foreign countries seek more aggressive methods of charging for intracompany transfers from one related entity to another. Having an effective transfer pricing policy is a necessity to avoid unnecessary tax adjustments, interest charges, penalties and unwarranted publicity.

At Lewis Brisbois our transfer pricing practices work hand-in-hand with the members of our International Trade & Customs Practice and domestic Tax Practice to assist your company in transactional and international tax planning that includes:

  • negotiating and consummating advance pricing agreements for U.S. and foreign-based global companies and analyzing transfer pricing risks
  • representing clients on examinations, appeals, advance pricing agreements, prior disclosure, customs taxation planning, and compliance
  • advising U.S. and foreign-based global companies on cross-border tax matters including structuring, mergers and acquisitions, transfer pricing, and ongoing international tax planning
  • conducting trade compliance training
  • providing supply chain analysis for indirect taxation and tariff agreements for international companies in the automobile, textile, fashion, franchising, electronics, software, high technology, aerospace, energy, oil and gas, construction, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, agriculture, and bio technology industries
  • OECD and Post-BEPS policy analysis