Friday, August 14, 2020
For 43 years, Georgetown Law’s Advanced State and Local Tax Institute has provided attorneys, accountants, and tax managers with in-depth, practical analysis of significant state and local tax developments. Join us for valuable insights on the latest issues from the industry’s leading tax experts. In this session, participants will:
- Learn how state False Claims Acts (“FCA”) have recently been applied as an enforcement tool and consider related risk management strategies
- Join a discussion of the policy-based concerns with FCA laws as applied to tax and unclaimed property and escheat compliance, including:
- the outside “whistleblower” phenomenon
- the broadening of FCA laws to cover non-FCA appropriate areas of tax and unclaimed property
- the treble damages extortion racket
Friday, August 14, 2020-
Thursday, October 1, 2020
- Earn up to 10.0 CLE credit hours (based on a 60-minute credit hour), including 1.0 hours of Ethics.
- Earn up to 12.0 CLE credit hours (based on a 50-minute credit hour), including 1.2 hours of Ethics.
- Earn up to 7.2 CPE credit hours, including credit in the field of Taxes and Regulatory Ethics (based on a 50-minute hour). CPE credit is only available for the 6 live sessions. CPE credit cannot be granted for the 4 on-demand sessions.
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