Scott Michel to Speak at UCLA Extension 2012 Annual Tax Controversy Institute

"For 28 years the UCLA Extension Tax Controversy Institute has been the preeminent conference in the United States dedicated to tax controversy and tax litigation. The Institute's continued success is structured around extremely high-quality practical presentations by sophisticated government and private practitioners from throughout the United States who enjoy an open discussion of sometimes sensitive practice issues with the audience." -Charles Rettig, Conference Chair

The 2012 Tax Controversy Institute will be held at the Beverly Hills Hotel, Beverly Hills, California, on October 17, 2012.

Caplin & Drysdale's Scott Michel will moderate a roundtable discussion with Richard Weber, Chief, IRS Criminal Investigation. The panel will address the following questions: Has there been a shift within the IRS voluntary disclosure policy for foreign financial interests or for undisclosed domestic issues? Can "Mom & Pop" still pursue a "quiet" voluntary disclosure? Is there any practical difference between the policies of the IRS and the DOJ? How will FATCA impact voluntary disclosures? The session will be held from 1:45-2:45.

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