A 360-Degree View: April and May 2018

By on May 4, 2018
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Wrapping Up April – and Looking Forward to May

Top April Posts You May Have Missed

President Trump Announces Intent to Nominate Emin Toro to Tax Court

IRS Releases Practice Unit on Statutes of Limitation

National Taxpayer Advocate Reminds Congress of IRS Deficiencies

Tax Controversy Activities This Week

May 1, 2018: Elizabeth Erickson is on “Exchange of Information – The New Landscape” at the TEI Audits and Appeals Seminar in New Orleans, LA.

May 3, 2018: Andrew Roberson is presenting “Preventing Disputes 2: Taxpayer Rights in the Administrative Phase” at the International Conference on Taxpayer Rights in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Upcoming Tax Controversy Activities in May

Our lawyers will present on the following key tax topics during the month of May. We hope to see you.

May 7, 2018: Kristen Hazel and Michael Louis will present “Navigating Tax Reform: BEAT and FDII” at TEI-Houston Chapter 2018 Tax School in Houston, TX.

May 10, 2018: Robin Greenhouse and Kevin Spencer are going to speak about tax controversy and privilege at the International Fiscal Association’s New York/Connecticut Region meeting in Old Greenwich, CT.

May 11, 2018: Elizabeth Erickson will discuss “Section 162(q) – No Longer Silent” at the ABA Section of Taxation Meeting in Washington, DC.

May 11, 2018:  Stephen Kranz will present “Handling Tax Controversy to Win” and “The Digital Tax Tsunami:  What You Need to Know to Help Your Clients” at Avalara’s CRUSH DC 2018 in Washington, DC.

May 21-22, 2018: Thomas Jones is presenting “Impact of the Change in Corporate Tax Rates & Other Tax Developments” at the Texas Captive Insurance Association 5th Annual Conference in Houston, TX.

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