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Should Sports Leagues Be Tax-Exempt?-Part 2 of 5 Exempt Organizations Tax Series


Date & Time: Wednesday, November 5, 2014 from 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm

CLE Credit: No

Event Description
This panel will discuss public policy issues regarding the tax-exempt status of the NFL, as well as other organizations, and also consider the prospects of tax reform affecting those tax-exempt organizations.

This luncheon program is sponsored by the Exempt Organizations Committee of the Taxation Section. Doors open at 11:30 p.m.

**This program is offered in a live webinar/webcast format.

Please note: Only those registrants who sign up under the “Webinar/Webcast” price category will receive access to the webinar/webcast content.

Webinar/webcast information will be e-mailed no less than two hours prior to the event.

If webcasting service is disabled during the program, only audio transmission will be available for the remainder of that program.

Location
D.C. Bar Conference Center
1101 K Street, NW, Conference Center
(Metro Center Station)
Washington DC 20005
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Contact Information
Sections Office
Email: SectionsEvents@dcbar.org
Phone: 202-626-3463
Fax: 202-824-1877

Speakers

  • Carlos Alvarenga, Executive Partner at Lumis Partners and Senior Research Fellow, Smith School of Business, University of Maryland
  • (Via Teleconference) Phillip Hackney, James E. and Betty M. Phillips Assistant Professor of Law , Paul M. Herbert Law Center, Louisiana University
  • Harold Hancock, Tax Counsel, Committee on Ways and Means
  • Krista Jenkins, Professor of Political Science, Fairleigh Dickinson University
  • Susan Leahy, Of Counsel, Blank Rome LLP (Moderator)

Costs

**Webinar/Webcast (Information will be e-mailed)

$15.00

Government and Non-Profit Employee

$5.00

Government Brown Bag (Please bring Government ID)

$0.00

Law Student

$5.00

Non-Section Member

$35.00

Taxation Section

$25.00


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