John E. Rogers
Partner, Altheimer & Gray
Mr. Rogers advises clients based both in the United States and abroad on international tax matters and U.S. tax controversy matters as a partner at Altheimer & Gray. His areas of practice include international mergers and acquisitions, development of global tax strategies, debt structurings, intangibles licensing, transfer pricing, real estate investment and development, financial products and a range of foreign tax credit and deferral provisions relevant to both U.S. and foreign multinationals. His practice includes both planning and transactional matters as well as audit defense and controversy involving transfer pricing, financial transactions and other issues. He has been active in development of U.S. and foreign tax rules and in leading legislative coalitions. Mr. Rogers was invited to testify to the Ways and Means Committee on fundamental international tax reform in 1997.