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Legal Alert: Final Tax Reform Bill Released – What Does it Mean for the Energy Sector?

View the Eversheds Sutherland Legal Alert summarizing the principal provisions in the Final Tax Reform Bill that impact the energy sector here.

Legal Alert: A Comparison of the Energy Tax Changes in the Proposed House and Senate Tax Reform Bills

View the Eversheds Sutherland Legal Alert summarizing the principal proposals in the Senate Plan that impact the energy sector, and the meaningful differences from the House Plan, here.

Legal Alert: Energy Tax Changes Proposed by House Republicans Tax Reform Bill

View the Eversheds Sutherland Legal Alert discussing the energy tax provisions of H.R. 1 here.

Hatch Assigns Republican Committee Members to Specific Tax Reform Items

Senator Hatch, head of the Senate tax-writing panel, asked Republican members of the committee to provide input on specific tax areas: Senators Mike Enzi of Wyoming and Rob Portman of Ohio will focus on international business taxation; Senator Chuck Grassley of Iowa will focus on taxation of individuals; Senator John Thune of South Dakota will focus on business and estate taxes;...

Former Speaker Boehner Does Not Believe Tax Reform Will Pass

During a keynote address at an energy conference, Former Speaker of the House John Boehner stated that his faith in the passage of tax reform was fading and referred to the House Republicans’ and Administration’s tax reform initiatives as a “bunch of happy talk.” Boehner also stated that he believes the border adjustment tax is dead and his odds for passage of tax reform, generally,...