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Session : ABATX7100A
Community Outreach Program
Basic Issues Involving Federal Income Taxation of Commercial Real Estate Transactions
Conference : 2007 May Meeting

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  • The Section of Taxation Professional Services and Diversity Committees, and the Section of Real Property, Probate & Trust Law Community Outreach Committee are pleased to present the Community Outreach Program, a new continuing legal education program. The program is designed to teach lawyers what they never learned in law school but need to know to get started in a specialized field and it seeks to reach lawyers-especially young lawyers and minority group members-having a hard time finding a professional niche.
  • This will be a review of the essential federal income tax topics pertaining to commercial real estate transactions, including depreciation, deductions, capital gains considerations, at risk and passive loss rules, interest deductions, installment sale rules and like-kind exchanges. Moderator: Professor Walter D. Schwidetzky, University of Baltimore School of Law, Baltimore, MD. Panelists: Professor Darryll K. Jones, Stetson University School of Law, Gulfport, FL; Jeff Markowitz, Miles and Stockbridge PC, Baltimore, MD.


Session : ABATX7100B
Community Outreach Program
Choice of Business Entity for the Entrepreneur
Conference : 2007 May Meeting

File Size : 12.9 MB

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  • The Section of Taxation Professional Services and Diversity Committees, and the Section of Real Property, Probate & Trust Law Community Outreach Committee are pleased to present the Community Outreach Program, a new continuing legal education program. The program is designed to teach lawyers what they never learned in law school but need to know to get started in a specialized field and it seeks to reach lawyers-especially young lawyers and minority group members-having a hard time finding a professional niche.
  • This panel will discuss how the practitioner should go about advising his or her client as to what form of entity the client should utilize for his entrepreneur business, i.e., when and whether to use a C corporation, classifications of limited liability companies and a brief review of limited partnerships, limited liability partnerships and LLLPs with a discussion of the advantages of utilizing partnerships and an analysis of why LLCs are currently the “entity of choice” for the entrepreneur. In addition, the panel will discuss when S corporations are appropriate to use, e.g., freezing capital gains, FICA and Medicare tax considerations, etc. Moderator: Professor Walter D. Schwidetzky, University of Baltimore School of Law, Baltimore, MD. Panelists: Professor Darryll K. Jones, Stetson University School of Law, Gulfport, FL; Jeff Markowitz, Miles and Stockbridge PC, Baltimore, MD


Session : ABATX7100C
Community Outreach Program
Buying and Selling Commercial Property
Conference : 2007 May Meeting

File Size : 12.3 MB

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  • The Section of Taxation Professional Services and Diversity Committees, and the Section of Real Property, Probate & Trust Law Community Outreach Committee are pleased to present the Community Outreach Program, a new continuing legal education program. The program is designed to teach lawyers what they never learned in law school but need to know to get started in a specialized field and it seeks to reach lawyers-especially young lawyers and minority group members-having a hard time finding a professional niche.
  • This panel will discuss the negotiation of contracts to sell commercial real estate, including consideration of how to address the tax issues in contracts which have been discussed in the previous panels. The goal will be to obtain valuable pointers on customs of the trade and the give and take between lawyers for buyers and sellers in a commercial real estate transaction. Moderator: Dennis Horn, Holland & Knight LLP, Washington, DC. Panelists: Professor Emanuel B. Halper, Hofstra University School of Law, Hempstead, NY; Professor Marshall Tracht, Hofstra University School of Law, Hempstead, NY


Session : ABATX7101A
Low Income Taxpayer Clinic Workshop
A Practical Primer on Appeals
Conference : 2007 May Meeting

File Size : 10.8 MB

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  • The Low Income Taxpayer and Pro Bono Committees proudly present the annual Tax Workshop for New and Pro Bono tax practitioners.
  • A Practical Primer on Appeals. Overview of the history and function of Appeals. This panel will explain the historic role of Appeals in resolving cases, types of cases eligible for appeals consideration, the current structure of Appeals after centralization, and information such as the difference between settlement officers and appeals officers.
  • Moderator: Professor Diana Leyden, University of Connecticut School of Law, Hartford, CT.
  • Panelists: Professor Jerome Borison, University of Denver School of Law, Denver, CO; Sarah H. Ingram, Chief, Appeals, IRS, Washington, DC


Session : ABATX7101B
Low Income Taxpayer Clinic Workshop
Exam and 6015 Cases
Conference : 2007 May Meeting

File Size : 10.6 MB

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  • The Low Income Taxpayer and Pro Bono Committees proudly present the annual Tax Workshop for New and Pro Bono tax practitioners.
  • Moderator: Carol Nachman, Special Counsel (Procedure & Administration), Office of Chief Counsel, IRS, Washington, DC
  • Panelists: Professor Elizabeth Maresca, Fordham University School of Law, New York, NY; Professor Dale Kensinger, University of Missouri (Kansas City) Law School, Kansas City, MO; Audra Dineen, Attorney, Branch 2, Office of Assistant Chief Counsel (Administrative Provisions & Judicial Practice), IRS, Washington, DC


Session : ABATX7101C
Low Income Taxpayer Clinic Workshop
Working with Appeals in Docketed Cases
Conference : 2007 May Meeting

File Size : 9.1 MB

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  • The Low Income Taxpayer and Pro Bono Committees proudly present the annual Tax Workshop for New and Pro Bono tax practitioners.
  • Moderator: Professor Alan Weinberg, Duke University School of Law, Durham, NC.
  • Panelists: William P. Nelson, Legal Aid Society, New York, NY; Professor Kathryn Sedo, University of Minnesota School of Law, Minneapolis, MN; Susan Mosely, Special Counsel, Office of Chief Counsel, IRS, Washington, DC


Session : ABATX7101D
Low Income Taxpayer Clinic Workshop
Practical Solutions for Communications Issues.
Conference : 2007 May Meeting

File Size : 8.6 MB

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  • The Low Income Taxpayer and Pro Bono Committees proudly present the annual Tax Workshop for New and Pro Bono tax practitioners.
  • What do you do when the taxpayer has special access issues (including visual impairment, hearing impairment or language issues)? What if you have issues with communications from Appeals? When should you seek involvement of the Taxpayer Advocate’s Office?
  • Moderator: Elizabeth Hay, Legal Aid Society, New York, NY.
  • Panelists: Joshua Beck, Attorney Advisor, Taxpayer Advocate Service, Washington, DC; Professor Sandy Freund, Rutgers University Law School; Newark, NJ; Sarah H. Ingram, Chief, Appeals, IRS, Washington, DC


Session : ABATX7102
Tax Exempt Training
Conference : 2007 May Meeting

File Size : 12.8 MB

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  • Serving Tax-Exempt Organizations: IRS Customer Education on Web-based Tools for Nonprofits and Their Advisors. Training materials and more detailed information now available on the IRS’ website provide a wealth of useful information on charities– both with respect to exemption qualification and ongoing reporting requirements. This session will introduce practitioners (and the sector) to these materials with comments and overview directed by the IRS. The Pro Bono Committee and the Exempt Organizations Committee will also present a ‘cheatsheet’ primer of 501(c)(3)-potholes-to-avoid.
  • NOTE: This session is geared to non-EO attorneys as well as nonprofit managers.
  • Speakers: Eve Borenstein, Borenstein and McVeigh Law Office, Minneapolis, MN; Bobby Zarin, Director, Office of Customer Education & Outreach, TE/GE, IRS, Washington DC.
  • Sponsered by: Pro Bono and Exempt Organizations


Session : ABATX7103
Section Breakfast/Plenary Session
Conference : 2007 May Meeting

File Size : 8.6 MB

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  • Chair’s Report to the Section: Susan P. Serota, Section Chair
  • Certificate Presentation: Recognition of the 2006 – 2007 Section of Taxation Chair: Susan P. Serota, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP, New York, NY
  • Presentation: 2007 Distinguished Service Award: Recipient: Loretta Collins Argrett Retired Tax Professional, Washington, DC
  • Loretta Argrett began her career as a research chemist, after graduating with honors from Howard University in Washington, DC. She then chose to become a lawyer, believing she could improve the economic status of minority and disadvantaged communities. At Harvard Law School, Ms. Argrett focused on tax law at a time when few women and almost no African Americans specialized in that area. Ms. Argrett’s distinguished tax law career began on Capitol Hill, where she served as the first African American staff member of the Joint Committee on Taxation. She was also the first African American woman partner at Wald, Harkrader and Ross in Washington, DC. She taught at Georgetown and American University law schools, and in 1986, became a full-time professor at Howard University School of Law where she taught tax, business planning, and ethics. At the beginning of the Clinton Administration, Ms. Argrett became the Assistant Attorney General, Tax Division, in the Justice Department and was the first African American to serve in that position. She also became the first African American woman in the Department’s history to hold a position that requires Senate confirmation. She served at the Department for six years. The Tax Section is proud to present the Distinguished Service Award to Loretta Collins Argrett, in honor of her contribution to the legal profession, the tax system, and the public. She continues to inspire other lawyers and law students to pursue careers in business and tax law, and to overcome obstacles and achieve their goals.


Session : ABATX7104A
Administrative Practice - Part 1
Conference : 2007 May Meeting

File Size : 13.3 MB

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  • Chair: Thomas J. Callahan, Thompson Hine LLP, Cleveland, OH
  • Important Developments. This panel will discuss important developments in administrative practice which have occurred since the last meeting. Moderator: Jamie Hartford, Ernst & Young LLP, Washington DC. Panelists: Deborah A. Butler, Associate Chief Counsel (Procedure and Administration), IRSIRSIRS, Washington, DC; Kevin Johnson, Chamberlain Hrdlicka White Williams & Martin, West Conshohocken, PA.
  • Update on IRS Appeals. This panel will give an update on IRS Appeals programs, and will also discuss Appeals independence issues. Moderator: Thomas J. Callahan, Thompson Hine LLP, Cleveland, OH. Panelists: Sarah H. Ingram, Chief, Appeals, IRS, Washington, DC; Karen S. Ammons, Deputy Chief, Appeals, IRS, Washington, DC; Robert E. McKenzie, Arnstein & Lehr LLP, Chicago, IL.
  • Co-Sponsored by: Standards of Tax Practice



     


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