Paul L. Caron

Friday, October 7, 2016

University Of Washington Hosts 2016 Tax Symposium

University of Washington Logo (2016)The University of Washington hosts its Fourth Annual Tax Symposium today:

Panel #1:  Taxpayer Information Rights:

  • Michael Hatfield (Washington), Cybersecurity, Privacy, and Taxpayer Information
  • Adam Thimmesch (Nebraska), Tax Privacy Framework
  • Filip Debelva (KU Leuven, Belgium), Privacy and Confidentiality in Exchange of Information Procedures: Some Uncertainties, Many Issues, but Few Solutions
  • Shannon McCormack (Washington) (moderator)

Panel #2:  Compliance and Administration – Part 1:

  • Stephanie Hoffer (Ohio State), Taxpayer Reliance on the Robot IRS
  • Stephanie McMahon (Cincinnati), Taxing Procedures: Pre-enforcement Litigation — A Necessary Part of Proceduralism
  • Kathleen Thomas (North Carolina), Regulating Tax Preparation
  • Susannah Tahk (Wisconsin) (moderator)

Luncheon Keynote Address:  Nina Olson (National Taxpayer Advocate), The IRS “Future State” and Its Implications for Taxpayer Rights

Panel #3:  Compliance and Administration – Part 2:

  • Les Book (Villanova), IRS and Congress Jeopardize Taxpayer Rights With Recent Compliance Efforts
  • Heather Field (UC-Hastings), Fostering Ethical Tax Lawyering
  • Steve Johnson (Florida State), The Taxpayer’s Right to a Fair Resolution: Precedential Cherry-Picking in Tax Decisions
  • Alex Raskolnikov (Columbia), From Deterrence to Compliance: Legal Uncertainty Reexamined
  • Alfred Mathewson (New Mexico) (moderator)

Panel #4:  Tax Incidence and the Unintended Consequences of Tax Laws – Part 1:

  • Samuel Brunson (Loyola-Chicago), & David Herzig (Valparaiso), Let Prophets Be (Non) Profits
  • Shannon McCormack (Washington), Postpartum Taxation
  • Lawrence Zelenak (Duke), History of Marriage Penalties and Bonuses
  • David Hasen (Colorado) (moderator)

Panel #5:  Tax Incidence and the Unintended Consequences of Tax Laws – Part 2:

  • Michelle Drumbl (Washington & Lee), Improving Tax Credits for the Working Poor
  • Mirit Eyal-Cohen (Alabama), The Hidden Price of Regulation
  • Mona Hymel (Arizona) (moderator)

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