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  • Description

    The effects of globalization can be felt in all sectors of society and the legal ramifications are manifold. This is especially true with regards to the taxes that are applicable to foreign investors. This CLE course will explain the parameters that define a foreign investor and its application to various statuses of citizenship with regards to taxation as well as types of investor taxation, taxes on corporations and exemptions. The course will also explain the effect of bilateral treaties, and qualifications for exceptional circumstances and special tax benefits, planning opportunities and benefits available to foreign investors and understanding the like/kind exchange.

  • Instructor Bio

    Richard Lehman

    Richard S. Lehman is a graduate of Georgetown Law School and obtained his Master’s degree in taxation from New York University.

    He has served as a law clerk to the Honorable William M. Fay, U.S. Tax Court and as Senior Attorney, Interpretative Division, Chief Counsel’s Office, Internal Revenue Service, Washington D.C.

    Mr. Lehman has been practicing in South Florida for more than 38 years. During Mr. Lehman’s career his tax practice has caused him to be involved in an extremely wide array of commercial transactions involving an international and domestic client base.

    Mr. Lehman has authored a number of articles on taxation and was the Editor and Contributing Author of “A Guide to Florida International Business and Investment Opportunities,” an informative guide to foreign business persons published by the Florida Department of Commerce, and translated in German, Spanish and Japanese.