State and Local Taxation: Headline News and Trends (Expanded Edition)


Event Details

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In this fast-paced presentation, David and Richard will analyze the most significant developments in multistate and local tax legislation, case law, tax studies, and administrative pronouncements nationwide, with an emphasis on developments occurring since December 1, 2019. 

Who should attend? 

Tax practitioners who regularly confront state tax issues. These include in-house professionals, CPAs, lawyers, and government employees. 

Learning Objectives 

Participants who complete the course will acquire a broad understanding of recent developments in multistate and local tax legislation, case law, and administrative pronouncements nationwide, including the practical implications thereof. 

CPE Credit 

If you are seeking CPE credit for your participation in this program, please make note of your CPE jurisdiction in your registration form. Credit is available for live webinar attendees only.

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Program Level: Intermediate | Prerequisites: At least three years of experience in the area of state and local taxation | Advance Preparation: None 

Delivery Method: Group Internet Based | Field of Study: Taxes | CPE Credit: 1.5 

CLE Credit Available 

New York: 1.5 hours of CLE credit. This program is for experienced attorneys only. 

California: 1.25 hours of CLE credit. No credit may be claimed for required CLE in legal ethics, recognition and elimination of bias in the legal profession, and competence issues. 

Illinois: 1.25 hours of General CLE credit. 

If seeking CLE credit in other jurisdictions, please make note in your registration form.