American Bar Association
Taxation Committee

ABA Section of Business Law

Taxation Committee

Mission Statement

The mission of the Taxation Committee is to help business lawyers gain a basic understanding of the important tax issues that inevitably arise in their practices. The Committee seeks to act as a bridge between tax law and business law, and to increase communication about tax issues among the various committees of the Business Law Section, and between the Business Law Section and the Tax Section.

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Chair:  Michael J Kliegman

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Program Materials and Other Information

Spring 2009 - US - Canada Cross Border Mergers and Acquisitions - Tax Considerations in a Distressed Global Economy
Annual 2008 - Family-Controlled LLCs and Partnerships
Annual 2008 - Sale & Purchase of Privately Held Corporations
Global Conference 2008 - Tax Treaties and Anti-Treaty Shopping Initiatives
Spring 2008 - Top 15 Tax Issues Every Corporate Lawyer Should Know About
Spring 2008 - Entity Classification and Conversion
Spring 2008 - Partnership Mergers and Divisions
May 2008 Program - Taxation of Business Transactions
Accounting for Uncertainty in Income Tax Positions: FASB Interpretation No. 48
Annual 2007 - Tax Issues in Private Equity & Venture Capital
Spring 2007 - Tax and Regulation: How Does the Process Work
Spring 2007 - Tax Issues in Compensating Partners and LLC Members
Annual 2005 - New Tax Reporting Rules Affecting Unincorporated Businesses and the Lawyers Who Represent Them (Find Out About the Fines Before They Find You and Your Clients)
Annual 2005 - Federal and State Tax Issues Routinely Confronted by Business Lawyers-Part 3: M&A
Spring 2005 - Current Developments in the Federal and State Tax Law Affecting Businesses
Spring 2005 - Federal and State Tax Issues Routinely Confronted by Business Lawyers - Part 2 Operations, Distributions, Divisions and Liquidations
Annual 2004 - Federal and State Tax Issues Routinely Confronted By Business Lawyers (Including Recent Developments) - Part 1: Formation of a Business Through Its First Year of Operations

Newsletter - Tax News for Business Lawyers

April 2010
March 2010
December 2009
October 2009
Summer 2009
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Modified by Graham Hunt on December 9, 2013

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