Federal Bar Association – 2022 Tax Law Conference
March 3-4, 2022 • Washington, DC
To place: Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center
Address: 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, USA
Join the Tax Section for the 46th Annual Tax Law Conference on March 3-4, 2022. This newly formatted two-day program will offer the same great content in-person and online. Programming will be held exclusively in person on Thursday, March 3 and exclusively virtually on Friday, March 4.
Examine important tax developments and emerging policy issues in nearly 20 educational sessions featuring notable speakers from the Internal Revenue Service, Treasury Department, Justice Department, White House, and Congress. Programming will include a keynote address and awards presentations for the annual writing competition and the prestigious Kenneth H. Liles Award for Distinguished Service to a Distinguished Tax Practitioner.
Please see the below list of sessions with Crowell & Moring attorneys:
- Welcome remarks with S. Starling Marshall
- Global and US Tax Reform Update with Irina Pisareva:
This panel will discuss the status of OECD work on pillars one and two, with a focus on their interaction with current US rules and proposed US tax reform. The panel will describe the Pillar 2 model rules and commentary, as well as the Pillar 1 discussion drafts that are expected to be published. The panel will then examine how the rules will interact with current US tax rules and the possible impact on the BEPS project if the US does not enact tax reform in 2022.
- Remote audit and litigation tools, today and tomorrow with Carina Federico:
This panel will discuss current remote and appellate auditing practices with a focus on the development of virtual auditing tools by the IRS. Panelists will also explore the rules, procedures, and practice of virtual litigation, particularly as they relate to cases brought before the United States Tax Court. During this panel, attendees will learn about IRS, Tax Court, and District Court procedures for virtual proceedings and communications between the IRS and taxpayers during COVID-19. What can you expect when working on an audit with the IRS? What is the best way to prepare witnesses and conduct depositions remotely and to use technology effectively? Discover best practices and tips for adapting to remote audit and litigation procedures.
Participant(s) of Crowell & Moring: