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Friday, May 6, 2011

ABA Tax Section May Meeting

ABA Tax Section Logo The ABA Tax Section May meeting continues today in Washington, D.C. The full program is here; Tax Profs with speaking roles today include:
  • Banking and Savings Institutions, Financial Transactions, Insurance Companies, Investment Management and Tax Exempt Financing Committees Luncheon --Richard Harvey (Villanova)
  • Bankruptcy & Workouts: IRS Expense Standards -- Kristin Hickman (Minnesota)
  • Court Procedure & Practice: Common Evidentiary Issues In Tax Cases -- Joni Larson (Thomas Cooley)
  • Employee Benefits Distributions Update -- Kathryn Kennedy (John Marshall)
  • Financial Transactions: Upfront Payments: Cash Without Taxation? -- Dana Trier (Miami)
  • Individual and Family Taxation: Divorce Taxation -- Patricia Cain (Santa Clara), David Rice (Pomona)
  • Individual and Family Taxation: Tax Simplification: Individuals and Families -- Adam Chodorow (Arizona State), Martin McMahon (Florida)
  • Partnerships & LLCs: To Book-Up, or Not to Book-Up, That is the Question -- Howard Abrams (Emory)
  • Standards of Tax Practice: Ethical Implications of DOJ Decision Not to Enforce the “Defense of Marriage Act -- Linda Beale (Wayne State)
  • Standards of Tax Practice: Resolved: That the Standards for Tax Return Positions of Circular 230 Section 10.34 Should Conform in All Respects to the Standards Prescribed by § 6694 -- Linda Beale (Wayne State)
  • Task Force on Patenting Tax Strategies -- Ellen Aprill (Loyola-L.A.) (Co-Chair)
  • Tax Policy and Simplification: Opening Remarks by Chair -- Reuven Avi-Yonah (Michigan)
  • Tax Policy and Simplification: Tax Reform and Deficit Reduction: Proposals, Implementation, and Policy Considerations, Part I (Administrative and Legislative Perspectives) -- John Buckley (Georgetown), Jonathan Forman (Oklahoma)
  • Tax Policy and Simplification: Tax Reform and Deficit Reduction: Proposals, Implementation, and Policy Considerations, Part II (Policy Commentary) -- Mona Hymel (Arizona), David Cay Johnston (Syracuse), Martin McMahon (Florida)
  • Teaching Taxation: Opening Remarks by the Chair -- Tracy Kaye (Seton Hall)
  • Young Lawyers Forum & Diversity; The Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) and the Internal Revenue Code -- Patricia Cain (Santa Clara)

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