Bi-monthly State and Local Tax Breakfast Briefing

4/29/2004

Morrison & Foerster
425 Market Street
San Francisco, CA

Sponsorship

Microsoft Corp. v. Franchise Tax Board and Other Gross Receipts Cases

Featured Speaker:
Brian W. Toman, Partner, Preston Gates & Ellis (Former Chief Counsel of the California Franchise Tax Board)

As Chair and Vice Chair of the Taxation Section of the San Francisco Barristers Club, we are delighted to announce the first in a series of bi-monthly breakfast meetings covering current state and local tax issues. Our first meeting, sponsored by The Bar Association of San Francisco and Morrison & Foerster LLP, takes place on Thursday, April 29, 2004. We will feature a discussion of Microsoft Corp. v. Franchise Tax Board and other gross receipts cases by Brian Toman, a partner at Preston Gates & Ellis and former Chief Counsel of the California Franchise Tax Board.

We hope these meetings will not only provide a forum for discussing current developments in state and local tax law, but also an opportunity for the Bay Area's state and local tax community to meet on a regular basis. One hour of CLE and CPE credit will be provided.

We hope to see you on April 29th! We will send invitations to future breakfast meetings approximately 3-4 weeks in advance. Please let us know if you have any questions.

Andres Vallejo
Chair-Taxation Section San Francisco Barristers Club
(415) 268-6793
avallejo@mofo.com

Pilar Sansone
Vice Chair-Taxation Section San Francisco Barristers Club
(415) 268-6125
psansone@mofo.com

There is no charge to attend; continental breakfast will be served.
Registration deadline is Monday, April 26, 2004.

If you'd like to attend, please e-mail sfmarketing@mofo.com with your name, title and company/firm.

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