Loeb & Loeb LLP is proud to sponsor the 2013 California Tax Policy Conference, where partner Christopher W. Campbell will speak on a panel titled, "What, Me Worry? California Personal Income Tax Issues Worth Discussing In A Largely Corporate Setting" and associate Ryan M. Austin will speak on a panel titled, "Nexus Maybe: Doing Business in California."
From the conference website:
The California Tax Policy Conference will be providing 40 educational sessions, including full multiple-day program tracks covering Estate and Gift Tax, Tax Procedure and Litigation, and State and Local Tax. They will also have programs on the latest developments in the taxation of corporate and other business entities, income tax, international tax, tax legislation, and tax policy, as well as programs co-developed by the Young Tax Lawyers Committee. Programs feature notable speakers from the private and public sectors, including state and federal government officials from the IRS, U.S. Tax Court, California Franchise Tax Board, California State Board of Equalization, California Employment Development Department, and the California Office of the Attorney General.