This excerpt taken from the ABII 10-Q filed Dec 20, 2007.
SECTION 3.01. Controlling Party. Except as otherwise provided in this Agreement, Gholdco shall be the Controlling Party with respect to any Covered Group Tax relating to the Generico Business and New Alpha shall be the Controlling Party for any Covered Group Taxes relating to the Alpha Business. The Controlling Party with respect to any Covered Group Tax shall have the right to control the conduct and disposition of all audits or other proceedings with respect to such Covered Group Tax, provided that New Alpha shall (subject to the other provisions of this Agreement) have the right to conduct and lead any audit or other proceedings relating to any Restructuring Taxes, unless such Restructuring Taxes are imposed as a result of a Generico Tainting Act, in which case the Alpha Parties and the Generico Parties shall jointly control the conduct and disposition of any audit or other proceedings with respect to such Restructuring Taxes, at the expense of the Generico Parties.
SECTION 3.02. Tax Contest Procedures. The Controlling Party shall have the right, in the Controlling Partys reasonable discretion, to resolve, settle or agree to any deficiency, claim or adjustment proposed, asserted or assessed in connection with or as a result of any Tax controversy, including (without limitation) any audit, protest, or claim for refund, competent authority proceeding and litigation in Tax Court or any other court of competent jurisdiction (a Tax Controversy), with respect to any Taxes for which the Controlling Party is responsible as set forth in Section 3.01. Such control rights shall extend to any matter pertaining to the management and control of a Tax Controversy, including execution of waivers, choice of forum, scheduling of conferences and the resolution of any Tax Item and the non-Controlling Party shall issue to the Controlling Party any powers of attorney or consents as are necessary to permit the Controlling Party to exercise such rights. Any costs incurred in the handling or contesting of a Tax Controversy shall be borne by the Controlling Party.