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In this fast-paced presentation, David will analyze the most significant developments in multistate and local tax legislation, case law, and administrative pronouncements nationwide, with an emphasis on developments occurring since May 1, 2019. David's prior presentations have addressed tax presence, federal legislation, state legislation, click-through nexus, retroactive taxation, whistleblower lawsuits, class action lawsuits, income tax apportionment, corporate income tax refund cases, sales taxes on services, taxation of digital goods, responsible party liability, unclaimed property, and the endless battles over online travel companies.
Who should attend?
Tax practitioners who regularly confront state tax issues. These include in-house professionals, CPAs, lawyers, and government employees.
Participants who complete the course will acquire a broad understanding of recent developments in multistate and local tax legislation, case law, and administrative pronouncements nationwide, including the practical implications thereof.
If you are seeking CPE credit for your participation in this program, please make note of your CPE jurisdiction in your registration form.
Additionally, please note that state boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit.
Program Level: Intermediate | Prerequisites: At least three years of experience in the area of state and local taxation | Advance Preparation: None
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based | Field of Study: Taxes
CLE credit available
Steptoe is CLE accredited in CA, IL, and NY. If seeking CLE credit in other jurisdictions, please make note in your registration form.