39th Annual Conference
UCLA Extension’s Annual Tax Controversy Conference is the preeminent conference exclusively dedicated to tax controversy and tax litigation. The conference provides an open forum for distinguished presenters and panelists to discuss, and often debate, sensitive tax practice issues with an engaged audience.
This year we are honored to welcome Commissioner Danny Werfel, 50th Commissioner of the IRS as our luncheon keynote speaker along with Erin M. Collins, National Taxpayer Advocate and James Lee, Chief IRS Criminal Investigation as our morning and afternoon keynote speakers.
This conference is ideal for tax attorneys, accountants, CPAs, enrolled agents, financial advisors, and other tax professionals. Accounting, tax, and law students are also encouraged to attend.
What you can expect:
- Attend high-quality keynote presentations and panel discussions to learn the latest trends and practices surrounding tax controversy issues
- Speakers include top IRS representatives and private practitioners
- Convenient, day-long format held at the prestigious Beverly Hills Hotel that includes continental breakfast, Annual Bruce I. Hochman Award Luncheon, and evening reception
- Networking opportunities with leading tax professionals