Paul L. Caron

Monday, November 5, 2012

Pepperdine/Tax Analysts Symposium: Tax Advice for the Incoming Administration

Please join us in Malibu, California on January 18, 2013 for this symposium:

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Introduction and Welcome

  • Deanell Tacha (Dean, Pepperdine)
  • Chris Bergin (President, Tax Analysts)

Keynote Address:  Michael Graetz (Columbia)

Occupy the Tax Code:  The Buffett Rule, the 1%, and the Fairness/Growth Divide

Moderator:       David Brunori (Tax Analysts)

Papers:            Dorothy Brown (Emory), Francine Lipman (UNLV), Kirk Stark (UCLA) (with Eric Zolt (UCLA))

Commentary:  David Miller (Cadwalader, New York), Bruce Bartlett (New York Times) 

Estate and Gift Tax

Moderator:       Paul Caron (Pepperdine)

Papers:            Ed McCaffery (USC), Grayson McCouch (San Diego), Jim Repetti (BC) (with Paul Caron (Pepperdine))

Commentary:  Joe Thorndike (Tax Analysts)

Luncheon Address:   David Cay Johnston (Reuters; 2001 Pulitzer-Prize Winner)

Business/International Tax #1

Moderator:       Tom Bost (Pepperdine)

Papers:            Steve Bank (UCLA), Karen Burke (San Diego), Martin Sullivan (Tax Analysts)

Commentary:  Michael Schler (Cravath, New York)

Business/International Tax #2

Moderator:       Khrista McCarden (Pepperdine)

Papers:            Reuven Avi-Yonah (Michigan), Allison Christians (McGill), Susan Morse (UC-Hastings)

Commentary:  Robert Goulder (Tax Analysts)

Closing Remarks:  What Have We Learned Today?:   David Cay Johnston (Reuters)   

If you need further inducement to join us, check out the typical weather in Malibu on January 18.

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It does not appear registration is open yet, unless I missed it on Tax Analysts. Help.

Posted by: Abe Carnow | Nov 5, 2012 7:41:03 AM

2 speeches by David Cay Johnston and a segment entitled Occupy the Tax Code. I wonder which way the bias will run at this event...

Posted by: Todd | Nov 5, 2012 5:33:04 AM