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4 S.C. B. Ass'n News Bull. 1 (1957-1959)

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VOL. IV No. 2                         306-308 BARRINGER BLDG., COLUMBIA, S. C.                      NOVEMBrit, 1957

A tax symposium, sponsored jointly by the South
Carolina Bar Association, the South Carolina Associa-
tion of Certified Accountants, the University of South
Carolina Law School, and the University School of
Business Administration will be held in Columbia, Fri-
day and Saturday, :-.ovember 22 and 23, J. Means Mc-
Fadden, Chairman of the Committee on Institutes, has
Experts from both the legal and accounting fields
will participate in the discussions and offer practical
suggestions for handling various types of tax practice.
All meetings will be held at the University Law School.
Thomas II. Pope, Chairman of the Executive Com-
mittee of the South Carolina Bar Association,will pre-
side at the opening session from 10:00 a. m., Friday
morning to 12:45 p. m. This session will be devoted to
a discussion of the tax aspects of selecting the business
structure. .Jules G. Korner, 1ll, will discuss tax factors
in establishing a new corporation, and Albert Cohen,
C. P. A.. will spe.k on tax problems in the formation
and liquia(ltion of partnershil)s.
Lu ich will be served at the Russell llouse, with Dean
Samuel 3i. I)errick of the University of South Caro-
lina School o.f Business Administration )residing.
The afternoon session will begin at 2:30 with D. L.
Mchnight, President of the South Carolina Associa-
tion of Certified Public Accountants, presiding. This
session will be (levoted to estate planning with talks
by George I). Vebster on testamentary disposition and
inter-vivos gifts and trusts, and a talk on valuation
in estate 1)laning, restrictive agreements, closely held
corporate stocks, aid insurance policies by Professor
Harold G. Langenlerfer.
A reception honoring the President will be held from
6:00 to 7:30. Friday night at the Columbia Hotel.
Saturday morning's session will open at 9:00 a. m.,
with J. Davis Kerr, President of the Bar Association,
presiding. This session will cover internal revenue
procedture with talks by Troy G. Thurston on settling
cases, deficiencies and refunds, and by Richard A. Mul-
lens on avoidance versus evasion of income taxes.
At 2:00 the panelists will be the guests of the spon-
sors at the North Carolina-South Carolina football
Mr. Korner is an attorney with the firm of Blair,
Korner, Doyle, and Worth of Washington, D. C. Mr.
Cohei, is with the accounting firm of Price-Waterhouse
of New York, and Mr. Webster is an attorney with the
firm of Davis, Richbourg, Tydings, Lamda and Duff
of Washington, D. C.
Professor Langenderfer teaches in the School of
Business Administration at the University of North
Carolina. Mr. Thurston is a partner in the accounting
firm of George S. Olive Company of Indianapolis, In-

diana, and Mr. Mullens is an attorney with the firm of
Hogan and Hartson of Washington, D. C.
Registration fee for the symposium will be $15.00,
but members in good standing of the Bar Association
and the Association of CPA's receive a credit of $5.00,
making a net cost to members of only $10.00. No
charge will be made for the lunch and reception, to
which all of those registering are invited.
H-on. J. Davis Kerr, President of the South Caro-
lina Bar Association, has been asked to serve on the
Advisory Committee of the Southeastern Regional
Meeting of the American Bar Association. The invita-
tion was extended by William B. Spann, Jr., of Atlanta,
Georgia, State Delegate for the State of Georgia and
General Chairman of the Regional Meeting. President
Kerr has accepted the invitation and indicated that he
plans to attend the meeting and the conference of Bar
Association Presidents to be held in connection with it.
The iegional meeting will be held in Atlanta, Feb-
ruary 19 to 22, 1958. States participating will be the
nine southeastern states: Alabama, Florida, Georgia,
Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Caro-
lina, Tennessee, and Virginia.
Immediately following the Regional meeting the
midyear meeting of the American Bar Association will
be held, also in Atlanta. The midyear meeting will in-
elude the conference of Bar Association Presidents on
Saturday afternoon, February 22nd, and all day Sun-
day, F-b~ruary 23rd, the meeting of the Fellows of the
American Bar Association on the same dates, and the
meeting of the House of Delegates begivning Febru-
ary 24th.
Not only members of the ABA but non-member law-
yers and judges as well are welcome to attend the
Regional meeting, President Kerr points out. Chair-
man Spann promises a top-notch program, from both
an educational and an entertainment standpoint. A
complete schedule of entertainment for the wives of
those attending is also planned. President Kerr hopes
that South Carolina will be well represented at the
The question of the adoption of the Federal Rules
of Civil Procedure for use in the South Carolina state
courts is now under consideration by the Judicial
Frank K. Sloan of Columbia, Chairman of the Com-
mittee on Procedural and Law Reforms, turned a draft
proposal over to the Council as a guide, following the

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