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USC Law hosts tax law confab

By Shane Nelson | Nov. 17, 2017

Community News

Nov. 17, 2017

USC Law hosts tax law confab

Tax law experts tackled proposed federal reforms at a University of Southern California Gould School of Law event earlier this month.

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From left, Tax History Project director and Tax Notes contributor Joseph J. Thorndike; USC Gould School of Law professor Edward Kleinbard; Tax Notes contributing writer Lee Sheppard, and Southwest SALT Tax Leader Sam Melehani.

Law professors and tax experts gathered at the University of Southern California Gould School of Law to discuss congressionally proposed federal tax reforms.

Entitled “Tax Reform: Perspectives From Across the Nation,” the Oct. 25 event featured officials with Tax Analysts, the American Bar Foundation and USC.

The minimum continuing legal education event included a two-hour expert panel presentation followed by a discussion period, analyzing recent efforts by the U.S. Congress to implement fundamental tax reform. The featured experts looked at consequences for the global economy, including new risks and opportunities.

The event was one of several symposiums held across the country by Tax Analysts and the American Bar Foundation, designed to gain a variety of perspectives on tax reform from across the nation.

— Shane Nelson


Shane Nelson

Daily Journal Staff Writer

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