NYU 12th Annual Tax Controversy Webinar – June 18-19, 2020
We are pleased to invite you to the NYU 12th Annual Tax Controversy Forum Webinar to be held June 18 and 19. This year all registrations are complimentary. As set forth below, Co-Chairs Bryan Skarlatos and Armando Gomez have assembled an all star group of Government speakers and it will be a great opportunity to learn what is next in tax enforcement in the COVID-19 environment.
STEVEN TOSCHER will have the honor this year to interview IRS Chief Counsel Michael Desmond.
You do not want to miss this program.
This year’s NYU Tax Controversy Forum will feature updates on what the IRS is doing to enhance compliance through communication and enforcement. Panels will highlight the new IRS focus on intra-agency collaboration, new initiatives with respect to penalties and fraud referrals, and IRS’ handling of tax collection challenges. Tune in for free from your computer, at home or the office, to hear Tax Compliance and Procedure Updates from senior IRS personnel.
- Erin M. Collins, Esq., National Taxpayer Advocate, Internal Revenue Service
- Michael J. Desmond, Esq., Chief Counsel, Internal Revenue Service
- Don Fort, CPA, Chief, Criminal Investigation Division, Internal Revenue Service
- Darren Guillot, Deputy Commissioner, Small Business/Self Employed Division, Internal Revenue Service
- Eric Hylton, Commissioner, Small Business/Self-Employed Division, Internal Revenue Service
- Andrew Keyso, Jr., Esq., Chief, Independent Office of Appeals, Internal Revenue Service
- Sunita Lough, Esq., Deputy Commissioner for Services and Enforcement, Internal Revenue Service
- Paul J. Mamo, Director, Collection, Internal Revenue Service
- Douglas W. O’Donnell, CPA, Commissioner, Large Business & International Division, Internal Revenue Service
- Tamera Ripperda, CPA , Commissioner, Tax Exempt and Government Entities Division, Internal Revenue Service
- Damon Rowe, Executive Director, Fraud Enforcement Office, Small Business and Self-Employed Division, Internal Revenue Service
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SAVE THE DATE FOR NEXT YEAR’S FORUM!
Next year, the 13th Annual Tax Controversy Forum will take place live and in person on June 24-25, 2021 at the Crowne Plaza Times Square Manhattan, and will feature the same powerful and thought-provoking content that is so critical to those who attend the Forum each year.