35th Annual State and Local Tax Institute

08/06/2012 - 08/07/2012

State + Local Tax

Georgetown University Law Center
600 New Jersey Ave NW
Washington, D.C. 20001

Hollis L. HyansCraig B. Fields, and Philip M. Tatarowicz

Craig B. FieldsPhilip M. Tatarowicz, and Hollis L. Hyans

Sponsorship

The 35th edition of the Advanced State and Local Tax Institute will return to its roots, offering practical, pragmatic advice at an advanced level about the most important issues facing SALT attorneys, accountants, state officials, and vendors. The top experts in the country will review current developments in income, sales, and use taxes, apportionment, cloud computing’s impact, and NOL carry forwards.

The speakers will review the latest trends on Section 18, intangible property taxes, administrative appeals, combined reporting, and indirect tax compliance. Additionally, you will be enlightened by a panel of chief state tax officials and be entertained and informed by the famous tag team of Paul Frankel and Richard Pomp.

Accreditation has been or will be requested for this program from states with mandatory Continuing Legal Education requirements for 11.5 CLE credits (based on a 60-minute hour), including 1.0 hour of ethics, and 13.75 CLE credits (based on a 50-minute hour), including 1.2 hours of ethics. Georgetown Law CLE is an accredited CLE provider in most MCLE states. Georgetown Law CLE is a State Bar of California approved MCLE provider. Some states require nominal accreditation fees. You will be asked to submit payment at the program’s conclusion.

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