Knowledge Center

June 5, 2017
"Key Issues for Collectors: Buyer Beware," Family Foundation Advisor, May/June 2017
Recent cases have brought to the forefront issues regarding the risks of purchasing art.
May 29, 2017
30 Things I've Learned After 30 Years as an Estate Planner
The ABA published this article in one of their journals and it expresses my views of what makes a satisfying client relationship, as well as a satisfying relationship with partners, referral sources, and the legal practice generally.
May 1, 2017
Marilyn Wethekam Published in State Tax Notes "How Would Federal Tax Reform Affect States?"
There are a number of federal tax reform proposals currently being discussed. The question is what impact these proposals will have on state taxes. Will the reforms result in a state windfall or a revenue loss? What are the administrative complexities that must be addressed? The devil is in the details!
May 4, 2017
Collectors in Conversation: Charles Mottier with Richard M. Horwood
Asian Art Council, Art Institute of Chicago, May 4, 2017
May 3, 2017
The Best Laid Plans: Avoiding Administrative and Judicial Challenges, Chicago Bar Association, 5/3/17
Presented by Grant Hendricks at the Chicago Bar Association
March 9, 2017
Aaron D. Werner to Present: Top Legal Risks & Solutions for Health Club Facility Owners and Managers
March 9, 2017 - IHRSA's 36th Annual International Convention - Los Angeles, California
July 19, 2017
HMB's 15th Annual State & Local Tax Summer Camp - 7/19/17
This jam-packed state and local tax seminar in Chicago, IL provides and in-depth look at current SALT trends and over 5 hours of CLE/CPE credits.
July 12, 2017
Jordan Goodman Presents “Veering Off Course: Issues Unique to the Financial Industry” at the 41st Annual IPT Conference
May 11, 2017
David Hughes presenting "SALT Property Classification Issues for Telecoms" at Telestrategies Communications Taxation 2017 - 5/15/17 - Miami, FL
Telestrategies is the leading tax conference for telecommunication service providers (17.5 CPE credits).

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