2011 California Tax Policy Conference

11/03/2011 - 11/05/2011

U.S. State + Local Tax

The Fairmont Hotel San Jose
170 S. Market Street
San Jose, CA 95113

Speaking Engagement

Lauren Max

This November, state tax professionals from across the nation will convene in San Jose for California's premier annual educational and networking event: The 2011 California Tax Policy Conference (CTPC). Special guest speakers abound this year, with more than 20 top-level administrators from California's three tax agencies, as well as Morrison & Foerster state and local tax attorneys, Eric J. Coffill, Carley A. Roberts, and Timothy A. Gustafson.

Topics Will Include:

  • The framework that shapes and constrains California's tax system
  • Financial accounting in the state tax realm
  • Cloud computing from a state tax perspective
  • Making the best of losses
  • A detailed examination of California's sales factor
  • A comparative approach to state tax administration
  • Best practices for handling a California sales and use tax audit and appeal
  • Recent California legislative and administrative developments

Special Guest Speakers Include:

  • Director Brian Hamer of the Illinois Department of Revenue
  • Tax Commissioner Cory Fong of the North Dakota Office of State Tax Commissioner
  • Deputy CFO Stephen Cordi of the District of Columbia Office of Tax and Revenue
  • California State Controller John Chiang
  • BOE Chair Jerome Horton
  • BOE Member and former Chair Betty Yee
  • MTC Executive Director Joe Huddleston

Qualifies for 16.25 Hours MCLE Legal Specialization and CPE Credit.

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