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2017 Midyear Meeting

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Event : ABATX35


Session : ABATX1744
Corporate Tax
Conference : 2017 Midyear Meeting
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  • Chair: Neil Barr, Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP, New York, NY
  • Current Developments. The panel will primarily focus on recently issued temporary and proposed regulations under section 355(e) defining predecessors and successors. The panel will also explore current corporate developments in the legislative and administrative practice areas. Topics may include corporate tax reform proposals, recent private letter rulings addressing expansions under section 355’s active trade or business requirement, and the future of private letter rulings addressing post-section 355 distribution combinations of distributing and controlled and post-liquidation asset transfers. Moderator: Audrey Nacamuli Charling, General Electric Company, Norwalk, CT Panelists: Layla Asali, Miller & Chevalier, Washington, DC; Eric Solomon, EY, Washington, DC; Richard Heinecke, IRS Office of Associate Chief Counsel (Corporate), Washington, DC


Session : ABATX1745
Civil & Criminal Tax Penalties
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  • Chair: John M. Colvin, Colvin & Hallett, Seattle, WA
  • Reports of Subcommittees on Important Developments. Important Developments (Criminal) – Michel R. Stein and Cory Stigile, Hochman Salkin Rettig Toscher & Perez PC, Beverly Hills, CA; Important Developments (Civil) Sara Neill, Capes Sokol Goodman Sarachan PC, St. Louis, MO; IRS Investigations and Practices – Michael A. Villa Jr., Meadows Collier Reed Cousins Crouch & Ungerman LLP, Dallas, TX; Legislative and Administrative Developments – Brian McManus, Latham & Watkins LLP, Boston, MA; Monetary Violations and Forfeitures – Peter Hardy, Ballard Spahr LLP, Philadelphia, PA and Loren Washburn, Washburn Law Group, Salt Lake City, UT; Sentencing Guidelines – Matt Hicks, Caplin & Drysdale Chtd., Washington, DC, and Jeffrey A. Neiman, Marcus Neiman & Rashbaum, Fort Lauderdale, FL; International Tax Enforcement – Bruce Zagaris, Berliner Corcoran & Rowe LLP, Washington, DC and Joseph M. Erwin, Dallas, TX; Voluntary Disclosure and Compliance – Sarah Wirskye, Meadows Collier Reed Cousins Crouch & Ungerman LLP, Dallas, TX.
  • DOJ Tax Division Update.
  • Restitution. This panel will address how DOJ obtains restitution and how the IRS enforces civil assessments based on that restitution (restitution-based assessments or "RBAs"). Moderator: Niles Elber, Caplin & Drysdale Chtd., Washington, DC
  • Uncommon Penalties. Most practitioners are familiar with the accuracy and delinquency penalties. However, the Internal Revenue Code contains dozens of other penalties. This panel will address some of these penalties and common defenses, including "reasonable cause." Moderator: Lu-Ann Dominguez, Gunster, Fort Lauderdale, FL
  • Meeting and Defeating the Burden: A Practical Discussion about Proving and Disproving Fraud. This panel of experienced trial attorneys will discuss common issues that arise in a tax fraud trial, including how to set the table in opening argument, what to get across during the direct/cross examination of the accountant, how the jury should be instructed, and frequent evidentiary issues (i.e. FRE 404, 609, 702). Moderator: Jeffrey A. Neiman, Marcus Neiman & Rashbaum LLP, Fort Lauderdale, FL


Session : ABATX1746
Section Program: Nuts & Bolts of State and Local Tax (Young Lawyers)
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  • Sponsored by: State & Local Taxes
  • Practicing Constitutional Law Every Day. Did you know that state tax lawyers are really constitutional lawyers? Because the actions of the states are restrained by certain provisions of the US (and often their own state) Constitution, many state tax cases involve one or more constitutional claims. This panel will discuss the key constitutional provisions – including the Commerce, Due Process, and Equal Protection Clauses – that impact state and local tax issues. Moderator: David A. Hughes, Horwood Marcus & Berk, Chicago, IL Panelists: Maddie Schueler, Stoll Keenon Ogden, Lexington, KY; Matt Landwehr, Thompson Coburn, St. Louis, MO
  • Everybody Pays It, but It's More than Federal Conformity - A State Income Tax Primer. This panel will provide a substantive overview of state corporate income tax issues, including conformity to and deviations from the federal income tax base. The panel will also discuss state-specific issues such as nexus, allocation and apportionment, and combined/consolidated state returns. Moderator: Nicole Ford, McDermott Will & Emery, Dallas, TX Panelists: Lindsay LaCava, Baker & McKenzie, New York, NY; Kyle Wingfield, Williams Mullen, Richmond, VA
  • What Tax is More than the State Income Tax? - The Sales Tax: Everything You Need to Know But Were Afraid to Ask. Is it a hidden tax? As consumers, we probably pay far more in sales tax than we can imagine. Businesses have multiple reasons for "getting the tax right", including limiting their audit exposure, avoiding class action lawsuits and maintaining competitive pricing. This panel will discuss multistate sales and use tax issues such as: What transactions are taxable? Are there exemptions to be taken and, if so, how are they preserved? What is a mixed transaction and how is it taxed? What are the multistate trends in response to enhanced technologies and an expanding global marketplace? Moderator: Christi Mondrik, Mondrik & Associates, Austin, TX Panelists: Maria Eberle, Baker & McKenzie LLP, New York, NY; Giselle Alexander, Frazer Ryan Goldberg & Arnold, Phoenix AZ


Session : ABATX1748
Section Program: Current Developments in Individual, Corporate, Partnership and Estate & Gift Taxation
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  • Sponsored by: Teaching Taxation
  • This session will review the most significant statutory enactments, judicial decisions, IRS rulings, and Treasury regulations promulgated during the last twelve months that affect general income taxation, corporate taxation, partnership taxation, wealth transfer taxation, and tax procedure. Moderator: Professor Martin J. McMahon, Jr., University of Florida College of Law, Gainesville, FL Panelists: Professor Bruce A. McGovern, South Texas College of Law, Houston, TX; Professor Elaine Hightower Gagliardi, University of Montana School of Law, Missoula, MT


Session : ABATX1749
Energy & Environmental Taxes
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  • Moderators: Amish Shah, Sutherland Asbill & Brennan, Washington, DC; Courtney Sandifer, Deloitte, Washington, DC Panelists: Jennifer Bernardini, Attorney, Branch 6, Passthroughs and Special Industries, IRS, Washington, DC; Hannah Hawkins, Attorney Adviser, Department of Treasury, Office of Tax Policy, Washington, DC; Brian Americus, Deloitte, Washington, DC; Lorenzo Bivans, Exelon Corporation, Washington DC; Jaime Park, KPMG, Washington DC
  • Energy Tax Current Developments Roundtable. This session will feature a roundtable discussion of recent administrative, judicial and legislative updates affecting the renewable and alternative energy and oil and gas industries from the perspectives of government officials, in-house attorneys, and law and accounting firm practitioners.



     


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