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Tax Law Section Luncheon/CLE: Ethics of Representing the Low Income Taxpayer
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When: 11/13/2015
12 - 1 PM
Where: Chester H Ferguson Law Center
1610 N Tampa St.
Tampa, Florida  33602
United States

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1.0 CLE Credits including 1.0 Ethics 


The Ethics of Representing the Low Income Taxpayer before the IRS and U.S. Tax Court: The Impact of Circular 230 and the Tax Court Rules

Ethical issues in taxpayer consultations and representation at Tax Court proceedings including BALS/LITC and pro bono opportunities, U.S. Tax Court Rules of practice and procedure and effective representation in Tax Court proceedings.


Brian R.Harris, Esq. concentrates his practice in state and federal tax controversy, intellectual property, and other business litigation. Brian was previously a trial attorney with the Tax Division, U.S. Department of Justice.

Mitchell I. Horowitz, Esq., Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney. Mr. Horowitz focuses his practice in the area of civil tax controversies with the Internal Revenue Service and Florida Department of Revenue, including U. S. Tax Court, federal district court and state court litigation, transactional and business law representation. He is the co-chair of the firm’s Tax Section.

Justin J. Klatsky, Esq. joined Owens Law Group, P.A. in September, 2009. He focuses his practice on the fields of estate and wealth preservation planning, general business and corporate law, and taxation.

Nancy Lugo, Esq., Bay Area Legal Services

Nancey Penner, Esq., Bay Area Legal Services

Gale Pinkston, Esq. Bay Area Legal Services 

James A. Schmidt, Esq., is a business and tax attorney whose practice includes the formation of Florida and out-of-state limited liability companies, the preparation of their operating agreements, and representation as their general counsel with respect to their governance.

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