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Section of Taxation: TAX COLLECTION, BANKRUPTCY AND WORKOUTS COMMITTEE

Section of Taxation:
TAX COLLECTION, BANKRUPTCY AND WORKOUTS COMMITTEE


Message From The Chair



Welcome to the Bankruptcy & Workouts webpage. The Committee addresses the needs and concerns of those in the Bankrupty & Workouts industry. The Committee also addresses tax collections issues affecting the Bankrupty & Workouts industry. Please review the webpage and join in discussions at the Bankruptcy & Workouts listserv by clicking here. (committee members only, not a member? join today)

Who We Are

The tax implications of bankruptcies and workouts, both for individuals and for corporations, are the focus of this committee.

Committee Materials from Recent Meetings

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Leadership

Chair:

Bucci, Christin

Vice-Chair:

Sannicandro, Lawrence

Committee Roster  


Programs, Meetings and Events

Section Events

    2017 Low Income Taxpayer Representation Workshop

    12/04/2017-12/04/2017
    McDermott Will & Emery
    Washington

    The ABA Section of Taxation is pleased to present Cradle-to-Grave Small Business and Self-Employed Tax Issues: Potential Tax Reform Changes and What Tax Practitioners Should Know -- a four-hour CLE workshop on Monday afternoon, December 4, 2017, followed by a reception for attendees. 1:00pm Tax Cuts ...

    34th Annual National Institute on Criminal Tax Fraud and Seventh Annual National Institute on Tax Controversy

    12/06/2017-12/08/2017
    Wynn Las Vegas
    Las Vegas

    The 34th Annual National Institute on Criminal Tax Fraud is the yearly gathering of the criminal tax defense bar combined with the Sixth Annual National Institute on Tax

    Tax Reform: The International Perspective

    12/06/2017-12/06/2017

    A panel of experts will discuss the recently announced tax reform proposals, with a focus on the international perspective. Featured Speakers Danielle Rolfes , KPMG, Washington, DC Joshua Odintz , Baker McKenzie, Washington, DC Paul Schmidt , BakerHostetler, Washington, DC PLEASE NOTE : ...


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Modified by Daniel Swenson on March 23, 2017

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