'Unpatriotic Loophole' Targeted by Obama Costs $2 Billion

Dec 02, 2014

“The inversion rules simply set U.S. companies up for takeovers by larger foreign acquirers. It doesn’t stop the flow of capital out of the U.S. It simply changes the vehicle for leaving.”

- Linda Z. Swartz, Chair of the Tax group at Cadwalader, commenting in Bloomberg on the potential ramifications of the Treasury's anti-inversion rules for U.S. companies.


March 26-27: 5th Annual Residential Mortgage Servicing Rights Conference

Partner Chris Gavin will speak on a panel addressing "Securitization & Cash Execution."

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