Attend the leading U.S. conference on tax controversy!
The Annual Tax Controversy Institute is a one-day conference that explores the procedures, policies, and strategies that are involved in resolving difficult tax controversy issues.
Attorneys, accountants, business and corporate professionals can learn from top tax practitioners in the federal government, judiciary, and private practice. Our planned featured speakers this year include high-ranking government representatives:
- Caroline Ciraolo, principal deputy assistant attorney general, Tax Division, U.S. Department of Justice, Washington, DC
- Sandra Brown, chief, Tax Division, United States Attorney’s Office (C.D. Cal.), Los Angeles, CA
- Mary Beth Murphy, deputy commissioner, IRS Small Business/Self Employed Division, IRS, Lanham, MD
- Sherri Wilder, area counsel, IRS Small Business/Self Employed Division, IRS, Laguna Niguel, CA
- Attend high-quality keynote presentations and panel discussions to learn the latest trends and practices surrounding tax controversy issues
- Convenient, day-long format held at the prestigious Beverly Hills Hotel that includes continental breakfast and evening reception
- Annual Bruce I. Hochman Award Luncheon
- Conference fee discounts for CalCPA, NAEA, FPA, and UCLA alumni members. Employer group discounts are also available.
- Available MCLE, CPE, and legal specialist educational credit in Taxation Law
Who Should Attend?
- Tax Attorneys
- Accountants, CPAs, & Enrolled Agents
- Financial Advisors
- Tax and Corporate Professionals
- Accounting/Tax & Law Students
Date & Location:
Tuesday, October 25, 2016
Beverly Hills Hotel
Beverly Hills, California