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Tuesday, July 01, 2014

NYU|SCPS 2014 SUMMER INSTITUTE IN TAXATION

JULY 14 - 25, 2014

THE WESTIN NEW YORK AT TIMES SQUARE

NEW YORK, NY

David Hughes, a partner in the firm's State and Local Tax practice, will speak at the event on July 21. David will present "Jurisdiction to Tax: Constitutional and Federal Statutory Constraints," which explores the circumstances under which a state may-and may not-impose tax obligations on a business.

CONFERENCE DESCRIPTION

The conference agenda reflects the needs of taxation professionals at all stages of their professional development. Join today's leading national and international tax authorities during a series of in-depth sessions on state and local taxation, partnerships, consolidated returns, trusts and estates, wealth planning, and international taxation. Attend the introductory conferences and acquire critical new skills and practical knowledge you can use immediately. Attend the intermediate/advanced conferences and receive a high-level update and in-depth analysis of the latest trends and developments.
 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

The intensive tax conferences are ideal for the new professional who wants a solid foundation in a specialized area of law or tax practice. Those attorneys and accountants already practicing, attend to refresh their knowledge and to learn about new developments in legislation and regulations. CLE and CPE credits also are available.

To view a detailed agenda and learn about hotel pricing for Institute registrants, please visit www.scps.nyu.edu/sumtax.   

 

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