Sweeping tax reform was the headline of 2017. Even though the bill has been signed into law, the way the legislation will be implemented and the impact it will have is just getting started in 2018. New developments happen daily. How can your business stay on top of these policy changes and impacts? Follow the discussion on Inside Tax Policy.
Chairman Camp served as a Member of the US House of Representatives from 1991 to 2015, representing the 4th Congressional District of Michigan. From 2010 to 2014, Chairman Camp served as Chairman of the Committee on Ways and Means and is recognized for his leadership in advancing comprehensive tax reform. As Ways and Means Chairman, Mr. Camp served as part of the House Republican leadership and played a major role in the formation of policy on a wide range of issues.
Prior to joining PwC, Pam led the Washington tax practice at Skadden, Arps, and served as Assistant Secretary for Tax Policy at the US Department of the Treasury. Pam has represented clients in a broad range of matters, including IRS audits, appeals and litigation; congressional investigations; private letter ruling requests, proposed regulations, and other IRS and Treasury guidance; and in the legislative process.
Prior to joining PwC, Mr. Kumar served as Domestic Policy Director and Deputy Chief of Staff in the Office of Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell. He served 11 consecutive years in the Office of the Republican Leader, having previously been Director of Policy and Senior Counsel to Senate Majority Leader, Bill Frist and Senior Policy Advisor and General Counsel for Senate GOP Leader, Trent Lott.
Janice joins PwC after a 40 year career on the Hill including over 22 years as the Democratic Chief Counsel and Staff Director for the House Ways and Means Committee. In that role, she was responsible for all tax and economic policy initiatives and statements from the Ways and Means Democrats during that time.
Prior to rejoining PwC in 2014, Scott served as Tax Counsel to Congressman Tim Griffin, a Member of the US House of Representatives Committee on Ways and Means. Scott advised Congressman Griffin on a wide range of tax and trade matters including tax reform proposals. Previously, Scott spent 2011 and 2012 serving as Tax Counsel to US Senator Olympia J. Snowe, Ranking Member of the Senate Small Business and Entrepreneurship Committee.
Todd joins PwC after recently serving as Democratic Chief Tax Counsel for the Senate Finance Committee under Ranking Member Ron Wyden. Before coming to the Senate, Todd was Floor Director and Counsel to US Representative James Clyburn, then-House Majority Whip, from 2007 2011. In both roles, Todd played a significant part in the development and enactment of multiple major legislative initiatives.
From 1995-97 Will worked at the IRS, and from 1997-2000 worked in the Office of Tax Policy at the US Treasury. At Treasury his areas of responsibility included subpart F, foreign partnerships and other fiscally-transparent entities, as well as entity classification issues (check-the- box). He is Chair of the AmCham EU Tax Committee in Brussels, and was Chair of the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) Tax Committee in London from 2010-16, and. He is also chair of the European Tax Policy Forum, a registered UK charity that since 2005 has commissioned over 40 papers from leading academic economists on business tax issues.