6 Sec. Tax'n Newsl. [i] (1986-1987)

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Midyear Meeting in Atlanta To Feature
Constitutional Rights Mini-Program

A highlight of the Section's Atlanta meeting will be a
mini-program on Constitutional Rights of Criminal Tax
Defendants. The mini-program will be the first of a series
of programs throughout the year on constitutional issues
in recognition of the bicentennial of the Constitution.
Professor Michael Tigar of the University of Texas School
of Law will speak on the historical development of the
constitutional rights of persons accused of crimes. Pro-
fessor Tigar's presentation will be followed by a panel
consisting of Roger M. Olsen, Assistant Attorney General
of the Tax Division of the U.S. Department of Justice,
and two distinguished private practitioners: Gerald A. Feffer
of Williams & Connolly in Washington and Lawrence S.
Feld of Kostelanetz & Ritholz in New York. The panel
will focus on practical problems arising in the tax area
from the perspectives of the Government and private prac-
titioners.
Committee Meetings
On Friday, January 23, the Section committee meetings
will take place in the host hotel, the Westin Peachtree.
Attendees do not have to be committee members to par-
ticipate in the informal panel discussions and programs
planned by the committees. Tickets for committee func-
tions may be ordered by completing the form on the inside
back cover of this Newsletter.
Saturday Mini-Programs
Continuing Legal Education continues to be an impor-
tant part of our Section Meetings and the Midyear Meeting
in Atlanta will be exceptional, with mini programs sched-
Midyear Meeting Information
Inside This Issue:
Midyear Meeting Schedule
Hotel Reservation Form
(inside front cover)
Ticket Purchase Form
(inside back cover)

uled for Saturday and Sunday. Featured will be such im-
portant and timely topics as:
* Primer on Corporate Tax Planning Under the
1986 Tax Reform Act'--a program that considers
the effect of the 1986 Tax Reform Act in tax planning
for basic corporate transactions;
0 Tax Planning for Real Estate Under the 1986
Tax Reform Act-Part I--this program, the first
of a two-part series, will examine the choice of entity
considerations with respect to the ownership, op-
eration, leasing and sale of real estate; and
* Tax Controversies in Bankruptcy Proceedings
-which looks at procedural aspects of litigating tax
controversies after the filing of a petition in bank-
ruptcy.
See the complete list of mini-programs on pages 15 and
16 in this Newsletter.
Sunday Mini-Programs
In addition to the Constitutional Rights of Criminal
Tax Defendants mini-program, the Section will be pre-
senting other mini-programs on Small Business Planning
Under the 1986 Tax Reform Act and the Unauthorized
Practice of Law in the Employee Benefits Area. This
program will discuss the problem with drawing lines be-
tween legal and non-legal services in the employee benefits
field.
Section Reception
On Saturday January 24 from 6:30 until 8:30 p.m. the
Section of Taxation will hold its reception in the atrium
of the High Museum of Art, a nationally recognized and
highly acclaimed museum designed by award-winning ar-
chitect Richard Meier. All floors of the Museum will be
open including a special exhibit of American paintings by
Jacob Lawrence. The cost is $42.00. A ticket purchase
form is on the inside back cover of this Newsletter.
Activities for Companions
For companions and interested members there will be
an alternative program on estate planning given by Sherwin
P. Simmons of Trenam, Simmons, Kemker, Scharf, Bar-
kin, Frye & O'Neill, P.A., Tampa, FL. Mr. Simmons will
cover the basics of estate planning and will demonstrate
why everyone needs proper estate planning.
(See Meeting on back cover)

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