Scott Michel to Moderate Panel on Foreign Assets
The National Institute on Criminal Tax Fraud is the annual gathering of the criminal tax defense bar. This year, it will be combined with the National Institute on Tax Controversy, bringing together high-level Government representatives, judges, corporate counsel, and private practitioners engaged in all aspects of tax controversy, tax litigation, and criminal tax defense.
These Institutes will offer the most knowledgeable panelists from the government, the judiciary, and the private bar. Attendees will include attorneys and accountants just beginning to practice in tax controversy and tax fraud defense, as well as highly experienced practitioners. The break-out sessions will encourage an open discussion of hot topics. The program will provide valuable updates on new developments and strategies, along with the opportunity to meet colleagues, renew acquaintances and exchange ideas. Caplin & Drysdale is participating in the following panels:
Foreign Assets: From Voluntary Disclosure to FATCA
December 2/10:15 am-11:15 am
For over three years, bank accounts from Liechtenstein to Switzerland to the world have been a key focus of tax enforcement. This panel will discuss where we have been, where we are, and where we are going as we get ready for FATCA.
Moderator from Caplin & Drysdale:
Scott D. Michel