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Jay R. Nanavati Participates In A Panel Titled “Conservation Easements—How a Good Idea Became a Problem for Tax Enforcement” At The 39th Annual National Institute On Criminal Tax Fraud And The 12th Annual National Institute On Tax Controversy

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Jay R. Nanavati Participates In A Panel Titled “Conservation Easements—How a Good Idea Became a Problem for Tax Enforcement” At The 39th Annual National Institute On Criminal Tax Fraud And The 12th Annual National Institute On Tax Controversy

December 14 @ 8:45 am - 9:45 am PST

Jay R. Nanavati participates in a panel titled “Conservation Easements—How a Good Idea Became a Problem for Tax Enforcement” at the 39th Annual National Institute on Criminal Tax Fraud and the 12th Annual National Institute on Tax Controversy.

Panel Description:

Conservation easements are a Congressionally encouraged form of charitable giving to protect and preserve the environment, yet alleged abuses in the valuation of the easements have spawned thousands of IRS examinations, hundreds of Tax Court cases, numerous appellate decisions and the consumption of enormous civil and criminal enforcement resources. The panel will discuss how the current situation on conversation easements came about and predictions for the future. CLE credit is offered for this event.

Moderator:

  • Armando Gomez, Partner, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP

Panelists:

  • Jay R. Nanavati, Partner, Kostelanetz LLP
  • Michelle Levin, Managing Shareholder, Dentons Sirote PC
  • Phillip Colasanto, Associate, Agostino & Associates PC

 

Click here to register. Please note the event will be taking place in PST time.