Chamberlain Hrdlicka 2021 Annual Tax and Business Planning Seminar features IRS Commissioner
Chamberlain Hrdlicka held its 43rd Annual Tax and Business Planning Seminar over three days from November 2-4, 2021. This year’s seminar showcased virtual presentations from attorneys in each of its offices and featured a keynote presentation by the IRS Commissioner, Charles P. Rettig. The event was open to the public and had in attendance approximately 300 accountants, business finance executives, financial planners and lawyers who guide clients in tax and business matters. The detailed topic descriptions from the event can be found here.
Attendees gained valuable knowledge from attorneys of Chamberlain Hrdlicka’s nationally-recognized practices in Data Security & Privacy, Estate & Income Tax Planning & Estate Administration, Intellectual Property, International, State and Local Tax Controversy & Planning, Tax Controversy & Litigation and Tax Planning & Business Transactions.
The three-day series included hour-long presentations on the following topics:
- Intellectual Property, Privacy and Cybersecurity Risks Impacting Businesses;
- The Paycheck Protection Program and Employee Retention Credit;
- Business and Investment Tax Update;
- State and Local Tax Hot Topics;
- Transfer Planning Ideas in Uncertain Times and How to Report Them;
- IRS Enforcement Priorities;
- Cryptocurrency: The Tax Reality of Virtual Coins;
- Urgent Strategies for the Upcoming Tax Reform Storm;
- Setting Up a Family Business from a Tax Perspective;
- 2021 Judicial Highlights; and
- 10 Potential Pitfalls for Unwary Tax Practitioners.
The attorneys leading the seminars, from the firm’s Atlanta, Houston, Philadelphia and San Antonio offices, included Managing Shareholder Larry A. Campagna, Shareholders David D. Aughtry, Brett T. Berly, Sebastian N. Chain, Aly Dossa, Phyllis A. Guillory, John W. Hackney, Jennifer W. Karpchuk, Philip Karter, J. Scot Kirkpatrick, Peter A. Lowy, Charles J. “Chad” Muller, Katherine P. Noll and Kevin F. Sweeney ; Senior Counsels Stephen C. Heymann, Steven M. Wyatt; Special Counsels Mark Lubin and J. Thompson Turner; and Associates Kaili Cusack, Alissa Gipson, Jasen D. Hanson, Jasmin Severino, Patrick J. McCann, Jr. and Victor J. Viser.
Chamberlain Hrdlicka has extensive experience in tax and business planning. The tax practice is a core strength of the firm, with more than one-third of its lawyers either practicing primarily or having a strong background in tax law. Many of the attorneys are board certified in tax law and have worked with the IRS or the U.S. Department of Justice Tax Division. The nationally recognized lawyers with Chamberlain Hrdlicka have served as judges, adjunct professors of law, distinguished legal writers and lecturers. The firm represents a wide range of public companies, privately held businesses, partnerships and joint ventures, individuals, estates and tax-exempt organizations in a broad range of business advisory, transactional and litigation matters.