A 360-Degree View: February and March 2018
Wrapping Up February – and Looking Forward to March
Top February Tax Controversy 360 Blog Posts
Types of Tax Court Opinions and Their Precedential Effect
The Slow Death of the Section 385 Regulations
Court Rules That a Family Office Is a Business!
Upcoming Tax Controversy Activities in March
Our lawyers appear are making the following Tax Controversy speeches in March:
March 7, 2018: Andrew Roberson will be presenting “Nuts & Bolts Collections Workshop: A Guide to Assisting Pro Bono Clients with Collection Matters” at the ABA Section of Taxation Webinar.
March 9, 2018: Jay Singer will be presenting “Section 355 Developments” at the at the Federal Bar Association’s 2018 Tax Law Conference in Washington DC.
March 15, 2018: Mary Kay Martire will be speaking at Tax in the City® in McDermott’s Chicago office about the upcoming oral argument before the US Supreme Court in the case challenging the Quill physical presence requirement for sales tax nexus.
March 27, 2018: Andrew Roberson will be presenting “Discovery & Stipulations Process” at the US Tax Court Judicial Conference at the Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law in Chicago, IL.