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The TEI room block at the Renaissance Seattle Hotel is now sold out. However, a limited number of rooms are still available at prevailing rates. Other hotels in walking distance are:

Eversheds Sutherland is delighted to participate in a full-day program on Managing State and Local Tax Controversies (May 3, 2017) during TEI’s 2017 Audits & Appeals Seminar. Session details:

  • Beyond Paper Pushing – Consequences of State Tax Filings
    Speakers: Michele Borens and Andrew Appleby
  • Overcoming the Challenges of State Tax Audit Management
    Speakers: Jeff Friedman and Carley Roberts
  • Pay Up or Protest! Challenging Assessments
    Speakers: Marc Simonetti and Tim Gustafson
  • Resolution Through the Courts
    Speakers: Eric Coffill and Maria Todorova
  • Navigating Through State Tax Controversy – Considerations Everyone Should Know About
    Speakers: Jonathan Feldman and Madison Barnett
  • Industry Perspective of Managing Audits and Litigation

    • Jim Kennedy, OppenheimerFunds
    • Cooper Monroe, Duke Energy
    • Tom Pucci, Expedia
    • Elena Xu, Facebook
  • Lunch panel featuring state tax judges
    • Richard D. Pomp, Moderator, University of Connecticut School of Law
    • Steven Lasher, Michigan Tax Tribunal
    • Terry Charlton, Illinois Informal Conference Board
    • David Wilmoth, Wisconsin Tax Appeals Commission

TEI’s Audits & Appeals Seminar will take place May 1-3, 2017, in Seattle, Washington:

  • May 1-2: Insights and Skills for Federal Tax Controversy Success
  • May 3: Managing State and Local Tax Controversies, sponsored by Eversheds Sutherland

View details and register now