July 17, 2020; 10:30 am – 2:35 pm PDT
This is a virtual event.
Per the University of San Diego School of Law,
This year’s USD School of Law – RJS LAW Tax Controversy Institute will be held virtually on July 17, 2020, 10:30am -2:45pm.
The region’s top tax attorneys, government agency officials, and law school professors will discuss topics including handling tax controversy during COVID- 19, fraud enforcement and criminal investigations.
Steven Toscher, Principal, Hochman, Salkin, Toscher, & Perez P.C., and Miranda Perry Fleischer, Professor of Law and Co-Director of Graduate Tax Programs, USD School of Law, will kick off the conference with introductory remarks.
John D. (Don) Fort, Chief Criminal Investigation, IRS
Richard Carpenter, Richard Carpenter Tax Law Office
Bryan Skarlatos, Partner, Kostelanetz & Fink. LLP
Hon. Emin Toro, Judge, United States Tax Court Judge
The Richard Carpenter Award
We will be presenting the Richard Carpenter Award to M. Carr Ferguson, a distinguished individual who illustrates the notable achievements of Richard Carpenter honoring his 30+ years of excellence in the tax field and his continued commitment to the tax community. The award is given to individuals who personify honesty, integrity, ethics, and compassion throughout his/her careers in the field of tax controversy and have demonstrated outstanding dedication and expertise while representing taxpayers before the federal and state governments.