Date and Time:
Tuesday, February 16, 2010 from 7:45 a.m. to 9 a.m.
Faculty Reading Room, Warren Hall
Mr. Taylor will discuss the new administrative procedures regarding 6015(f), and other issues more fully covered in his recent article in California Tax Lawyers’ Summer 2009 edition: New Administrative Procedures Affecting Section 6015(f) Innocent Spouse Claimants: A Safety valve to Protect the Rights of Claimants in the Event the Tax Court’s Holding in Porter v. Commissioner is Overruled.
Mr. Taylor specializes in handling “tax controversies” of every conceivable type at all administrative and judicial levels. He also advises clients regarding the “tax aspects” of bankruptcy and insolvency. Mr. Taylor is a past chair of the Committee on Litigation and Procedure of the Tax Section of the California State Bar and was the inaugural chair of the Tax Section’s Bankruptcy/Insolvency Committee. Mr. Taylor is an adjunct professor at Chapman University Law School, teaching Federal Tax Procedure and Tax Research, and has also served as an adjunct professor at Golden Gate University.
Leslie A. Morsek, Esq.