Tax in the City®: A Women’s Tax Roundtable

Overview


We are pleased to invite you to this year’s second edition of Tax in the City®: A Women’s Tax Roundtable – the first meeting to be hosted in our new state of the art facilities!

We will host a CLE/CPE discussion focusing on current developments in professional responsibility and ethics, including a discussion focused on ethical issues arising out of our increasing access to connectivity.

Following this discussion will be a substantive lunch program, during which we will lead a discussion regarding the following topics:

  • Best Practices for Drafting Tax Provisions in Commercial and Other Contracts
  • Getting Ready for 2018 – Taking Steps to Prepare for Rules that Become Effective 01/01/2018
  • Tax Reform – What Can / Should You Be Doing Now?

Please contact Kristen Hazel, Jane May or Sandra McGill for more information.

CLE Credit is pending in California, Illinois, New York, and Texas. A uniform Certificate of Attendance will be made available to participants requesting CLE Credit in all other states. CPE Credit will also be available.

Registration Information

Time

10:30 – 11:30 am CDT

CLE/CPE: The Ethics of Connectivity

11:30 am – 1:00 pm CDT

Lunch and Tax in the City®: A Women’s Tax Roundtable

Venue

McDermott Will & Emery
444 W. Lake Street
Chicago, IL 60606

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