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Idan Netser

Partner, Tax  

Mountain View 650.335.7716

Overview

Idan Netser focuses his practice on international corporate and partnership taxation issues, including cross border international investments, joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions, transfer pricing, Subpart F, foreign tax credits, tax planning and restructurings, international IP planning and exploitation and tax controversy.

Idan was named to Daily Journal’s 2017 Top 40 Under 40 list, where he was honored for his ability to lead international tax and large-scale matters, while contributing to civic and pro bono matters. He is also recognized as a “Rising Star” by Northern California Super Lawyers (2014-2017).

While studying at Tel-Aviv University, Idan was a member of the editorial board for the Tel-Aviv University Law Review. He also graduated, with distinction, from both the Naval Academy and the Naval Advanced Command course. Idan served as the Commander of the Identification, Navigation and Communication squadron as well as in different naval command positions on board a missile frigate, and led international naval operations in collaboration with NATO.

Publications and Presentations

  • “A trend worth watching: A new wave of startup M&A,” VC Journal, September 21, 2017
  • “Strategic IP and Tax Planning Issues in M&As,” 3rd Annual Tax and Transfer Pricing Seminar, Tel Aviv, April 2017
  • “A Short Summary of Qualified Small Business Stock Tax Benefits and Requirements,” DLA Piper, May 6, 2016
  • “New Proposed Section 385 Regulations,” TEI Regions IX & X Annual Conference, Portland, May 2016
  • "Cross-Border Tax Issues for In-House Counsel," The University of Texas School of Law and The Corporate Counsel Institute, Houston, April 2016
  • “A Closer Look, Taxation of Foreign Fund Lending Activities In the US,” Global Tax Weekly, March 31, 2016
  • “Foreign Tax Credits,” Bloomberg-BNA, San Diego, March 2016
  • “Same Stock Different Price: Side Payments To Minority Shareholders,” Global Tax Weekly, December 17, 2015
  • “Foreign Tax Credits,” Bloomberg-BNA, Boston, San Diego, March 2015
  • “The US Source Rules,” Bloomberg-BNA, Boston, November 2014
  • US Tax Developments,” Euromoney, September 2014
  • Another Look at US Federal Income Tax Treatment of Contingent Earnout Payments,” Global Tax Weekly, July 2014
  • “Investment in US Property – Section 956,” Bloomberg-BNA, NYC, May 2014
  • Section 83(b) Election – Better Safe than Sorry​,” Global Tax Weekly, May 22, 2014
  • “US Int’l Tax Considerations in IP Related Transactions,” LES Webinar, April 2014
  • “Transfer Pricing (§482),” University of Florida Law School, November 2013
  • “The Subpart F Rules,” Council for International Tax Education (CITE), San Francisco, September 2013
  • “Foreign Tax Credits,” Council for International Tax Education (CITE) Boston, June 2013
  • “Tax on Corporate Transactions in the United States,” PLC Tax Multi-Jurisdictional Guide, February 2013 (co-author)
  • United States Tax Considerations for Israeli Start-Up Companies,” Fenwick & West LLP, March 26, 2012
  • Character and Source of Income from Internet Business Activities,” Fenwick & West LLP, March 26, 2012