• 02.20.19Defining Defined Value Transactions: A Closer Look at McCord and Its Progeny, Palm Beach Tax Institute, Palm Beach, FL
  • 01.26.19Mentorship Matters, University of Houston Bauer MBA Energy Club, 2019 Mentorship Conference
  • 11.29.18A Fine Tasting Opinion – The Art of Reviewing an Appraisal, Ethically Protecting Privileges, and Popping the Cork off of Kovel, Great Plains FTI, Omaha, NE
  • 11.29.18Starting off on the Right Foot While Avoiding Foot Faults – Issues at the Formation of the Family Business, Great Plains FTI, Omaha, NE
  • 11.29.18Planning for the Family Business Owner from a Tax Litigator’s Perspective, Great Plains FTI, Omaha, NE
  • 11.15.18Update on Estate and Gift Tax Litigation, Salt Lake EPC, Salt Lake City, UT
  • 11.09.18University of Texas Bernard O. Dow Leasing Institute: Insurance and Indemnity
  • 11.07.18Opportunity Zones: Maximizing Impact in Your Community, Council of Development Finance Agencies (CDFA), National Development Finance Summit, Dallas, TX
  • 11.05.18Unique Issues, Pitfalls and Potential Nightmares for Individual and Professional Fiduciaries Holding a Closely Held Business, Hawaii Tax Institute, Honolulu, HI
  • 10.26.18Practice Made Perfect: Lessons from the Tax Court Bench, Moderator, ACTEC Fall Meeting, Washington, D.C.

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