2010 California Tax Policy Conference

04 Nov 2010 - 06 Nov 2010

Loews Coronado Bay San Diego
4000 Coronado Bay Road
Coronado, CA 92118
Rachel LaQuercia
(212) 336-4068

On November 4-6, 2010 your colleagues will convene in San Diego to attend the premier California tax event.  Morrison & Foerster is proud to be a diamond sponsor, with attorneys Eric Coffill, Paul Frankel, Ed Froelich and Carley Roberts speaking on current state tax issues.  Eric Coffill will also receive the distinguished Benjamin F. Miller Award for his outstanding achievement and contribution in the field of state and local taxation law.

The CTPC is a 2 ½ day conference featuring presentations of the most recent and emerging state tax topics, including substantive state tax law and policy issues. The conference is designed for all state tax professionals. This year’s conference features 13 state tax programs, including a comparative analysis of state tax administration in California and its neighboring states, California property tax reformation, evaluation of dispute resolution alternatives at the FTB and BOE, state tax issues in a global economy, an analysis of the California legislative process, nationwide sales and use tax trends, “green” tax planning and corporate economic incentives and California legislative developments. The conference will also include perennial conference favorites, such as the California Chief Counsel Roundtable featuring BOE Chief Counsel Kristine Cazadd, and FTB Chief Counsel Geoff Way.

If you need up-to-date information on state taxation, this is a conference that cannot be missed. Attendees include corporate tax managers, attorneys, tax accountants, partners in major law and accounting firms, state tax officials (including 40+ staff members from the California Franchise Tax Board and State Board of Equalization), legislators and their staff, and other tax specialists.

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