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The 27th Annual National Institute on Criminal Fraud

December 2, 2010
Panelist:Scott D. Michel
Program:Obtaining and Use of Foreign Evidence at Trial
Event Sponsor:American Bar Association, 27th Annual National Institute on Criminal Tax Fraud
Registration:Click Here To Register

The 2010 National Institute on Criminal Tax Fraud will meet this fall for the 27th consecutive year in San Francisco. This Institute, with over a quarter of a century of history, is the annual gathering of the national tax fraud bar. Each year the Institute presents outstanding panelists to an audience as sophisticated and varied as the speakers. This 27th Anniversary year will be no exception. As it has throughout its tenure, the Institute will offer the most knowledgeable panelists from the defense bar, the government, and the judiciary. The sessions are regularly attended by judges, federal, state and local prosecutors, other law enforcement officials, defense attorneys, corporate in-house counsel, accountants, and members of the academic community. The audience includes attorneys and accountants just beginning to practice in the tax fraud area, as well as highly experienced practitioners. The program will provide valuable updates on new developments and strategies, along with the opportunity to meet colleagues, renew acquaintances, and exchange ideas. Caplin & Drysdale atttorney Scott Michel will be participating in the following panel.

Recent and upcoming prosecutions will focus on offshore tax matters. Hear about international mutual legal assistance treaties, FATCA, John Doe Summonses, and beyond.

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