Knowledge Center

Friday, May 23, 2014

State Taxation Issues for Foreign Operating Companies LIVE Webcast

Friday, June 27, 2014

12:00 pm - 2:00 pm (ET)

On June 27, 2014, HMB's David Hughes will be part of a panel of thought leaders and practitioners assembled by The Knowledge Group to discuss the significant and latest issues on state taxation issues for foreign operating companies including:

  • State Taxation Issues for Foreign Operating Companies: an Overview
  • Latest State Taxation Issues
  • Best Practices in Preventing and Identifying State Tax Fraud
  • Significant Tax Cases and Controversies
  • Tax Litigation and Penalties
  • Up-to-the-Minute Regulatory Updates

The State Taxation Issues for Foreign Operating Companies LIVE Webcast is a must attend for tax attorneys and other professionals interested in and/or responsible for state tax foreign operation. The program will cover the topics above along with a Q&A panel in which the attendees will be invited to ask the speakers questions.

For more information about the webcast, The Knowledge Group or to register, please click HERE.

Attention Pennsylvania Attorneys:
If you are applying for CLE credit in Pennsylvania you must register 35 days before the event date. Registration received thereafter will not obtain CLE credit.

Attention Ohio Attorneys:
Attorneys seeking CLE credit in OH state will have to register 65 days prior to the event in order to obtain CLE. Otherwise, The Knowledge Group shall only issue an attendee a Certificate of Attendance (COA) for the course without a guarantee to get CLE in OH.

Attention Texas Attorneys:
If you are applying for CLE credit in Texas you must register 20 days before the event date. Registration received thereafter will not obtain CLE credit.

 

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