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LAS VEGAS 2004
 Morgan King's Fifth ANNUAL
Discharging Taxes In Bankruptcy
Power Workshop & Symposium

 Lawyers, enrolled agents and paralegals from all over the United States attended

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The Academy is planning to broaden the subject area to include full clinics on the fundamentals of consumer bankruptcy practice, as well as specialized areas for more experienced lawyers. Among course topics being considered, how to manage a consumer practice, how to market a consumer practice, lien avoidance, ethics and compensation issues, and contested and adversary proceedings.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chief instructor Morgan King on day 2 - tax transcripts and tax liens

 

 

 

Everybody smile! 

 

Instructor Chuck Rosen reviewing seminar materials. Rosen is former legal advisor to the Los Angeles Special Procedures Function.

Instructor Bob Kolb, of the California Bar, on sovereign immunity; see In re Ellet, 254 F.3d 1135 (9th Cir. 2001).

Making a point

Discussions frequently break out during breaks

Instructor Jerry Satterberg on offers-in-compromise. Satterberg formerly taught OIC procedure to the IRS

Instructor Mark Segal, attorney, Las Vegas, NV. Segal speaks regularly at the annual NACBA convention on discharging taxes.

San Diego attorney Bernie Gartland (right, forground) glances down at his notes during lecture.

Instructor Chuck Rosen explaining "It's bigger than a bread box ..."

Instructor Eric M. Casper, Phoenix, AZ, formerly senior trial attorney, Tax Division, Department of Justice. Mr. Casper is now in private practice.