UCLA 35th Annual Tax Controversy Conference
Plan on joining us on October 22, 2019 to help celebrate the 35th anniversary for one of the preeminent conferences exclusively dedicated to tax controversy and tax litigation. The Annual Tax Controversy Institute provides an open forum for distinguished presenters and panelists to discuss, and often debate, sensitive tax practice issues with an engaged audience. For more information Click Here.
Many top private practitioners and IRS officials will be participating in panel discussions on the leading issues confronting tax controversy practitioners. We are privileged that our luncheon keynote speaker will be Charles P. Rettig, the 49th IRS Commissioner of Internal Revenue. We are also honored that Michael Desmond, IRS Chief Counsel and Eric Hylton, SBSE Commissioner will be making keynote presentations.
Two of our principals, Dennis Perez and Sandra Brown will be moderating panels this year. Dennis will be leading a panel on the growing role of LB&I in tax enforcement. Sandra will be moderating a panel covering the current state of criminal tax enforcement.
The conference is presented by UCLA Extension Business, Management & Legal Programs. It is designed for attorneys, accountants, business/corporate professionals, and tax practitioners, and financial advisors. Continuing education units (CEUs) are offered along with Minimum Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) credit by the State Bar of California and Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Credit for Certified Public Accountants (CPAs). Discounts are available for CalCPA, NAEA, and FPA members.
The conference fee is $525 and includes materials, lunch, and parking. Register here or contact John Caruso at (310) 206-1708 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The Beverly Hills Hotel is located at 9641 Sunset Blvd, Beverly Hills, 310-276-2251.