The VLS Norman J. Shachoy Symposium on Selective Issues in Tax Administration is on September 27, 2013. Please join bloggers Professor Leslie Book, Professor Keith Fogg, as well as Distinguished Professor of Practice J. Richard Harvey and Villanova Graduate Tax Program Adjunct Professor Peter Hardy of Post & Schell for a day long symposium on three key issues in tax administration and procedure. One panel will discuss criminal sentencing in tax cases, one will consider whistleblower provisions in tax cases, and another will discuss IRS efforts to regulate tax preparers. An invitation can be found here: VLS Shachoy Symposium on Tax Administration. The link contains a full list of speakers (including Assistant Attorney General Kathy Keneally, our colleague in the tax procedure blog world, Jack Townsend, former IRS Commissioner Larry Gibbs, and many others), which is impressive and definitely worth the trip to beautiful Villanova, Pennsylvania. I am sure to be in attendance; soaking in knowledge.
You can register here. The symposium will provide both CPE and CLE at a relatively modest cost.
If you see us at the symposium, please give us feedback on Procedurally Taxing, and let us know what we should be doing differently.