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Pepperdine University School of Law

Saturday, October 22, 2011

ABA Tax Section Midyear Meeting

ABA Tax Section LogoThe ABA Tax Section Fall meeting concludes today in Denver. The full program is here. Tax Profs with speaking roles today include:
  • Employee Benefits and Employee Benefits Group: Ethics Issues in Employee Benefits -- Andrew M. Perlman (Suffolk)
  • Low Income Taxpayers: Benefits and Pitfalls of Advanced Pre-Refund Compliance Checks -- Keith Fogg (Villanova), Scott Schumacher (U. Washington)
  • Pro Bono: Identity Theft vs. Fourth Amendment and Taxpayer Privacy Rights: The Case of Amalia’s Translation and Tax Services in Greeley, CO -- Francine J. Lipman (UNLV)
  • Pro Bono: Update on Pro Bono Matters -- Francine J. Lipman (UNLV)
  • Sales, Exchanges & Basis: Check-the-Box Bramblett -- Bradley T. Borden (Brooklyn)
  • Sales, Exchanges & Basis: Non-§1031 Current Developments -- Erik M. Jensen (Case Western)
  • Section Program: Next Generation Disputes in the Family Business: Navigating the Remedial, Ethical and Tax Quagmires -- A Case Study -- Mark J. Loewenstein (Colorado)
  • Section Program: Representing Your Client Before the Tax Court -- Keith Blair (District of Columbia), Jack Snyder (Baltimore)

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