JS LAW Tax Controversy Institute

Opportunity Overview

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.

Panelists include:

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.


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