ABA 39th Annual National Institute on Criminal Tax Fraud & Tax Controversy
I am very pleased to announce this year’s ABA National Institute on Criminal Tax Fraud & Tax Controversy to be held December 12-14, 2022 at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada. I am honored again to be serving as Co-Chair with Kathryn Keneally. We look forward to the best programs in the nation on civil and criminal tax controversy and litigation and well—Las Vegas.
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We have an amazing line up of speakers and panels this year including —
Tax Court Judge Mark V. Holmes and former IRS Chief Counsel Michael Desmond will be on a panel discussing recent Supreme Court decisions and the changes to the tax litigation landscape caused by application of the Administrative Procedure Act.
IRS Deputy Chief Counsel for Operations Drita Tonuzi and Tax Division Southwestern Section Chief Cynthia Messersmith will be discussing IRS and Department of Justice civil enforcement priorities.
The National Institute on Criminal Tax Fraud and the National Institute on Tax Controversy, combined together in one event, comprises the yearly gathering of the criminal tax controversy and criminal tax defense bar. The program brings together high-level government representatives, judges, corporate counsel, and private practitioners engaged in all aspects of tax controversy, tax litigation, and criminal tax prosecutions and defense.
I am very pleased that members of our firm will be participating in the following panel presentations:
What the IRS Enforcement Will Look Like in the Future
Edward Robbins, Jr.
Criminal Tax Workshop
Criminal Enforcement Priorities
BBA Partnership Examinations – Problems and Opportunities
The Benefits and Burdens of Plea Agreements