Scott Michel to Speak at the NYU 4th Annual Tax Controversy Forum

New York University's School of Continuing and Professional Studies is pleased to present the 4th Annual Tax Controversy Forum. The Tax Controversy Forum features interactive presentations by expert practitioners covering a broad range of issues and concerns arising in tax audits and tax litigation at all levels. Coverage encompasses the timeline of controversy work from anticipating and planning for the examination of a return through audit and administrative appeals processes to ligation techniques and strategies. Panelists representing both taxpayers and the government share views ont he latest issues and perspectives on tax controversies. Attendees learn practical solutions and valuable insights from leading authorities throughout the profession.

Caplin & Drysdale's Scott Michel will be moderating the "Foreign Financial Assets: You Can Run, But You Cannot Hide" panel. The panel will explore selected provisions of the Foreign Asset Tax Compliance Act that are most relevant to individual taxpayers, the current status of the IRS' Offshore Voluntary Compliance Initiative, and issues surrounding the prosecution of non-compliant taxpayers. The panel will start at 9:45 am on June 15, 2012 at The Crowne Plaza Times Square Manhattan in New York, NY.

To view the 4th Annual Tax Controversy brochure, click here.

To register for the forum, click here.


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