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2022 Taxation eConference: Day 1 - Controversy

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2022 Taxation eConference: Day 1 - Controversy
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UT Law CLE’s 70th Annual Taxation Conference presents the expertise and in-depth analysis essential to understanding where tax law is, where it came from, and where it is going. With a renowned slate of regional and national speakers, the conference is a must attend event for those looking to keep current amidst a dramatically changing tax landscape.

Includes: Video Audio Paper Slides

  • Total Credit Hours:
  • 7.25 | 2.50 ethics
  • Credit Info
  • TX, CA
  • TX MCLE credit expires: 12/31/2023

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1. Recent Developments (Jan 2023)

Bruce A. McGovern

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Recent Developments (Jan 2023)

Review significant court decisions, rulings, and statutory and regulatory developments of the past year.

Originally presented: Nov 2022 Taxation Conference: Day 1 - Controversy

Bruce A. McGovern, South Texas College of Law Houston - Houston, TX

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2. Texas Taxes: Recent Developments (Jan 2023)

Lacy Leonard

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Texas Taxes: Recent Developments (Jan 2023)

An experienced trial attorney specializing in Texas taxes covers the new laws for challenging tax assessments in state court, research incentive issues, oilfield services audit policy changes, franchise tax apportionment issues, local sales tax sourcing for internet sales, and more. 

Originally presented: Nov 2022 Taxation Conference: Day 1 - Controversy

Lacy Leonard, Martens, Todd, & Leonard - Austin, TX

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3. Multistate SALT Issues and Business Migration (Jan 2023)

Christina A. Mondrik, Steven D. Moore

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Multistate SALT Issues and Business Migration (Jan 2023)

Navigating multistate tax compliance post-Wayfair including business migrations to Texas, remote worker issues, and transactional considerations.

Originally presented: Nov 2022 Taxation Conference: Day 1 - Controversy

Christina A. Mondrik, Mondrik & Associates - Austin, TX
Steven D. Moore, Jackson Walker LLP - Austin, TX

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4. Identifying Emerging Issues at the IRS (Jan 2023)

Tom Cullinan, Holly Porter

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Identifying Emerging Issues at the IRS (Jan 2023)

A view from inside the agency about how the IRS keeps up with emerging tax noncompliance and tax fraud issues and an introduction to the new IRS Joint Strategic Emerging Issues Team.

Originally presented: Nov 2022 Taxation Conference: Day 1 - Controversy

Tom Cullinan, Office of the Commissioner, Internal Revenue Service - Washington, DC
Holly Porter, Passthroughs & Special Industries, Office of Chief Counsel, Internal Revenue Service - Washington, DC

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5. How Firm are Court Filing Deadlines in Tax Cases? (Jan 2023)

Michael J. Desmond

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How Firm are Court Filing Deadlines in Tax Cases? (Jan 2023)

Earlier this year, the Supreme Court rejected the IRS’s position that the 30-day deadline for filing a Tax Court petition in a Collection Due Process case is “jurisdictional” and therefore not subject to equitable tolling. The decision follows a recent trend in Supreme Court jurisprudence and its potentially far-reaching consequences in Tax Court cases is already being litigated. Former IRS Chief Counsel Mike Desmond explains and evaluates the breadth of the decision, potential government responses, and the ramifications of this important development in other areas of the tax law.

Originally presented: Nov 2022 Taxation Conference: Day 1 - Controversy

Michael J. Desmond, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP - Los Angeles, CA

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6. Dealing with Sticky Situations: Overbroad IDRs, Requests for Client Interviews, and Other Tricky Audit Situations (Jan 2023)

Mary A. McNulty, Lee Meyercord

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Dealing with Sticky Situations: Overbroad IDRs, Requests for Client Interviews, and Other Tricky Audit Situations (Jan 2023)

With the IRS laser-focused on enforcement, many taxpayers may find themselves subject to an intrusive audit. These audits can involve tricky situations like client interviews, broad IDRs, site tours, and acknowledgment of facts IDRs. These speakers discuss best practices and considerations in handling these tricky situations, as well as the importance of civility in interactions with the IRS.

Originally presented: Nov 2022 Taxation Conference: Day 1 - Controversy

Mary A. McNulty, Holland & Knight LLP - Dallas, TX
Lee Meyercord, Holland & Knight - Dallas, TX

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7. Keeping Your Clients Out of Hot Water: Drafting Effective Tax Return Disclosures (Jan 2023)

Lawrence Sannicandro

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Keeping Your Clients Out of Hot Water: Drafting Effective Tax Return Disclosures (Jan 2023)

A well-drafted disclosure statement can provide more penalty protection than a tax opinion letter. This skill-building session teaches you how to improve the disclosures you write to manage audit risk and limit penalties.

Originally presented: Nov 2022 Taxation Conference: Day 1 - Controversy

Lawrence Sannicandro, McCarter & English, LLP - Newark, NJ