Depending upon what compromises can be reached in a sharply divided Congress, ideas for reform range from changing step-up-in-basis rules and pass through regulations to significant changes in corporate taxation. Meanwhile in Brussels, a movement is growing among national leaders to establish global minimum corporate taxes and other significant changes to the global tax system. What is a practitioner to make of all this? What do we need to prepare for? Professor Richard Kaplan joined a panel of experts to discuss these issues in "Making Sense of Significant Potential Tax Reforms" for the Federalist Society of Chicago.