Saul Rudo, national head of the Tax Planning practice, was quoted in Law360 regarding corporate tax rates in the Trump administration and its potential impact on financial technology start-ups, as compared to larger businesses. Current conversations on tax reform are centered on C-corp taxes, as opposed to taxes on pass-through S corporations. Saul stated, "There's a consensus forming, certainly on the Republican side, that you need to lower corporate tax rates, and you need to get down to 20 percent, to 25 percent, because that's where the rest of the world is." ("Fintech Firms Worry Trump Tax Plan Will Leave Them Behind," January 9, 2017)