The 31st Annual National Institute on Criminal Tax Fraud is the annual gathering of the criminal tax defense bar combined with the Fourth Annual National Institute on Tax Controversy. This program brings together high-level government representatives, judges, corporate counsel, and private practitioners engaged in all aspects of tax controversy, tax litigation, and criminal tax defense.
December 10-12, 2014
Las Vegas, NV
Bill Lovett Presents on Friday, December 12
Friday, December 12 at 10:15 – 11:15 am
Panelists: Megan L. Brackney, Niles A. Elber, Herb Hoelter, Alexander P. Robbins
Moderator: William J. Lovett
A criminal conviction can have the immediate impact of incarceration, and a broader range of consequences, including immigration status and licensing and state tax issues, including the possibility of dual prosecutions. Steps taken before and at sentencing may also have an impact on how the Bureau of Prisons may implement a sentence. This panel will highlight these issues. The panel will also provide a brief overview of recent developments in sentencing.
Here is the full Agenda.