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Transfer Pricing Symposium

April 28-29, 2016

Transfer Pricing Trends and Issues That Affect Your Business

This symposium brings together government, academic, and industry experts to discuss critically important international issues facing today’s Transfer Pricing professionals.  Industry experts include legal and economic professional service providers as well as tax directors from leading companies.  You will gain insights for strategies and practices that you can apply to your organization’s planning and policies.

Transfer Pricing Symposium Program

The 2016 Symposium is in development. Please check back. For now, take a look at the detailed 2015 Program and Schedule, which provides the Symposium topics with objectives, panelists and moderator for each. View some photos of the 3rd Annual TP Event.

Who Should Attend

Designed for professional service providers in global tax, finance, accounting and legal areas, this intensive day-and-a-half symposium provides an excellent opportunity for you to engage the experts on legal and economic trends impacting transfer pricing compliance, planning, and controversies.

Number of Units

USD School of Law is a State Bar of California-approved provider of MCLE and Legal Specialization in Taxation Law credits and certifies both the Symposium and the Basics Course for general MCLE hours of Legal Specialization in Taxation Law each year.


I wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed the 3rd Annual Transfer Pricing Symposium. The information and insights I received was invaluable. I especially enjoyed the “mock” trial. I plan to attend future Symposiums."

James A. Yostrum, CPA/CMA/CGMA  Chief Financial Officer

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Transfer Pricing Symposium Articles

APMA Key to Resolving BEPS Transfer Pricing Disputes by Kristen A. Parillo, reprinted from Tax Notes Int'l, April 27, 2015, p. 365

Panelists Try to Reconcile Tax Morality and Transfer Pricing by Kristen A. Parillo, reprinted from Tax Notes Int'l, April 27, 2015, p. 449

*Marketing International Tax Compliance: Panel Examines Companies' Strategies

*Varley: U.S. to Consider Reciprocity In Country-by-Country Data Exchanges

*Written by Alex M. Parker and reproduced with permission from Tax Management Transfer Pricing Report, 23 Transfer Pricing Report 1612, 4/30/15. Copyright  2015 by The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc. (800-372-1033)

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    BUS-X811L   Transfer Pricing Symposium
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