NEW YORK--(Jeremy A. Spector, a Member in the Tax and Public Finance Sections of Mintz. Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C., will be the moderator of a panel discussion at the American Bar Association’s Section of Taxation mid-year meeting. The meeting is being held January 24-26 in Orlando, Florida.)--
“Will the Historical Approach of Exempting Interest on Municipal Bonds be Radically Changed by the New Congress?”
Mr. Spector will be moderating a panel on January 25th entitled “Will the Historical Approach of Exempting Interest on Municipal Bonds be Radically Changed by the New Congress?” The panel will feature a discussion on tax reform with Professor John Buckley, former Chief Democratic Tax Counsel, U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Ways and Means, Vicky Tsilas, Attorney-Advisor, Office of Tax Policy, Department of Treasury, Treasury Department, and Michael Decker, Managing Director and Co-Head of Municipal Securities Division of SIFMA.
The ABA Section of Taxation 2013 midyear meeting features some of the country’s leading attorneys and government officials who will discuss the latest federal tax policies, initiatives, regulations, legislative forecasts and planning ideas.
Mr. Spector has been counseling clients in the tax aspects of public finance transactions since 1984. He leads Mintz Levin’s Tax-Exempt Bond Controversy Resolution Practice.
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