The annual NYU School of Professional Studies Tax Controversy Forum features interactive presentations delivered by expert practitioners who cover a broad range of issues regarding tax audits and tax litigation at all levels.
Due to continued concers regarding COVID-19, this year’s NYU Tax Controversy Forum will be produced remotely in a shortened format on Thursday and Friday June 24 and 25, 2021.
This year’s NYU Tax Controversy Forum will feature updates on what the IRS is doing to enhance compliance through communication and enforcement. Panels will highlight the new IRS focus on intra-agency collaboration, new initiatives with respect to penalties and fraud referrals, and IRS’ handling of tax collection challenges. Tune in from your computer, at home or the office, to hear from an exciting array of senir government representative including:
- Charles P. Rettig, Commissioner, Internal Revenue Service
- Nikole Flax, Commissioner, Large Business & International Division, Internal Revenue Service
- James C. Lee, Chief, Criminal Investigation Division, Internal Revenue Service
- Darren Guillot, Commissioner, Small Business/Self Employed Division, Collection, Internal Revenue Service
- De Lon Harris, Commissioner, Small Business/Self-Employed Division, Examination, Internal Revenue Service
- Douglas W. O’Donnell, Deputy Commissioner for Services and Enforcement, Internal Revenue Service
Registration for the Virtual Forum will be available shortly. PLEASE STAY TUNED FOR MORE UPDATES WITH DETAILS ON TOPICS, TIMES AND LOG-IN INFORMATION.
SAVE THE DATE FOR NEXT YEAR’S FORUM!
Next year, the 14th Annual Tax Controversy Forum will take place live and in person on June 23-24, 2022 at the Crowne Plaza Times Square Manhattan, and will feature the same powerful and thought-provoking content that is so critical to those who attend the Forum each year.