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Thursday, May 08, 2014

HMB's David Hughes will speak Friday, May 16, at the TeleStrategies' Communications Taxation 2014 Conference in Orlando, FL. His presentation "The Tangled Web of State Income Tax Apportionment: What's Now and What's Next?" will be one of the last break-out sessions of the three-day event.

State income tax apportionment is a constantly changing and evolving area that presents unique challenges to telecommunication companies. This session will review the current rules and recent trends in state income tax apportionment with a focus on special rules that apply only to telecommunication companies. The session will also closely examine the national litigation in the AT&T cases as well as recent developments in the area of alternative apportionment.

David Hughes is a partner within Horwood Marcus & Berk's SALT Practice.

For more information about the TeleStrategies' Communications Taxation 2014 Conference and to view a full agenda, please click HERE.

TeleStrategies' annual Communications Taxation Conference brings together the nation's top tax professionals to address the challenging and amazingly complex domain of telecommunications taxation.Now in its 15th year, Telecom Taxation is intended to provide comprehensive coverage of all aspects of telecom tax. The program typically attracts over 300 tax professionals from all sectors of the industry; including wireline, mobile, IP as well as the emerging content, entertainment and cloud providers.

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