Seminar Number

107530

 

CLE Hours

6 CLE Hours
including
1 Ethics Hour and
1 Professionalism
Hour

 

HOT TAX TOPICS FOR BUSINESS ATTORNEYS

DECEMBER 17, 2010

Co-Sponsor:
Taxation Law Section, State Bar of Georgia

Presiding:
Richard C. Litwin, Program Chair, The Litwin Law Firm, P.C., Atlanta

Welcome and Program Overview
Richard C. Litwin

Estate Planning Techniques in an Uncertain Legal Environment
David F. Golden, Troutman Sanders LLP, Atlanta

Recent Developments in Georgia Property Taxation
Timothy J. Peaden, Alston & Bird LLP, Atlanta

The Economic Substance Doctrine Codified — New IRC Section 7701(o)
Vivian D. Hoard, Taylor English Duma, LLP, Atlanta
The Roth Conversion in 2010:  A Once-in-a-Lifetime Tax Opportunity
Allen Buckley, The Saylor Law Firm LLP, Atlanta
Unlicensed From Here to Eternity: Dealing With the Unlicensed Practice of Law
Steve J. Kaczkowski, Director, Unlicensed Practice of Law, State Bar of Georgia, Atlanta
Tax News You Can (actually) Use:  A Survey of Important Tax Developments Impacting Business Practitioners
James M. McCarten, White & Reasor, PLC, Nashville, TN
Eric Evans, Vice President, Georgia State Manager, Old Republic National Title Insurance Company, Alpharetta
Financially Distressed Clients: Tax Planning Opportunities and Avoiding Pitfalls
Allen N. Bradley, Sites & Harbison PLLC, Atlanta
Brent W. Herrin, Cohen Pollock Merlin & Small, P.C., Atlanta
Special Council on Tax Reform and Fairness to Georgians
John Masters, CPA, John Masters CPA, P.C., Atlanta