The Tax Section has rescheduled its Fall Tax Meeting for September 29 – October 2 and reconfigured it as a virtual-only event. The Virtual 2020 Fall Tax Meeting, jointly sponsored with the ABA Real Property, Trust, and Estate (RPTE) Law Section’s Trust and Estate Division, will replace the meeting previously planned to be held several days earlier in New York City.
The virtual meeting will provide in-depth CLE sessions designed to give a comprehensive overview of the latest federal, state, and local tax policies affecting your practice. The preliminary program is now available, and registration is now open.
“The Tax Section is excited to offer our Fall Tax Meeting programming in a virtual format that we expect will be very useful to every member of the tax law community,” noted Section Chair Joan Arnold. “With more than 40 CLE programs, a networking reception, and two plenary sessions, we plan to offer attendees a wealth of information and engagement over four days.”
The Virtual 2020 Fall Tax Meeting will feature a networking reception and two plenary sessions, including the tribute to Martin and Ruth Bader Ginsburg postponed from the 2020 May Tax Meeting. Another plenary session will focus on the changes to the IRS that are the outcome of the Taxpayer First Act, as well as Section awards.
Tax Section committees are also developing networking opportunities surrounding the virtual meeting dates. Details will be announced soon. ■