Paul L. Caron

Friday, October 26, 2018

Temple Hosts A Symposium Today On Taxpayer Rights In The United States

TempleThe Temple Law Review hosts a symposium today on Taxpayer Rights in the United States: All the Angles:

Panel #1: The Federal TBOR – What Does it Mean, and What Can it Do?

  • Leslie Book (Villanova) (moderator)
  • Keith Fogg (Harvard)
  • Richard Greenstein (Temple)
  • Kristin Hickman (Minnesota)
  • Leandra Lederman (Indiana)

Panel #2:  State TBORs – Impact, Uses, and Issues Experienced by Taxpayer Representatives and Revenue Authorities

  • Marlene Barnhart (Chief of Conference & Appeals, NJ Division of Taxation)
  • Eunkyong Choi (New York City Taxpayer Advocate)
  • Peter Faber (Partner, McDermott Will & Emery)
  • Tom Gohsler (Acting Chief Counsel, PA Dept. of Revenue)
  • Catherine “Cat” Martin (Philadelphia Community Legal Services)
  • Stewart Weintraub (S.A.L.T. Practice Chair, Chamberlain Hrdlicka) (moderator)

 Keynote Address: Nina Olson (National Taxpayer Advocate)

Panel III: Operationalizing Taxpayer Rights: IRS Efforts and Experiences of Lawyers Who Represent Clients Pro Bono and at Low Income Taxpayer Clinics (LITCs)

  • Frank Agostino
  • Michelle Drumbl (Washington & Lee)
  • Jennifer Lee (Temple )
  • Len Rieser (Program Coordinator, Sheller Center for Social Justice)
  • Christine Speidel (Villanova)
  • Anna Tavis (Brooklyn Legal Services)
  • Valerie Vlasenko

Wrap-up: Alice Abreu (Temple)

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