7 Sec. Tax'n Newsl. [i] (1987-1988)

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New Orleans To Host 1988 Midyear Meeting

New Orleans will be full of important Tax issues, as
well as good food and good cheer for the Section's Midyear
Meeting in January. For your convenience, in this issue
is a Hotel Reservation Form (inside front cover) and a
Registration and Ticket Purchase Form (inside back cover).
To reserve your hotel room, just fill out the Hotel Reser-
vation Form and send it with your deposit to the New
Orleans Marriott or Hotel Meridien. The Marriott will
serve as the headquarters hotel with the Meridien, across
the street, as a backup. To register and reserve your tickets
for Section functions, fill out and send your Registration
and Ticket Purchase Form to the Tax Section. Please note
that the Section of Taxation's Council approved at its meet-
ing on May 14, 1987, that the registration fees for May
and Midyear meetings be raised to $50 effective for the
1988 Midyear Meeting.
Committee Meetings
Most Section Committee Meetings will take place on
Friday, January 29, 1987 at the New Orleans Marriott
(please check the final program for meeting room loca-
tions). Committee meetings are held at each Section meet-
ing not only to do the work of the Committee but to hold
panel discussions and programs dealing with current tax
matters affecting that Committee's area of interest. Atten-
dees do not have to be committee members to participate
in these panel discussions or programs. Tickets for com-
mittee breakfasts or luncheons may be purchased using
the Registration and Ticket Purchase Form on the inside
back cover.
Saturday Mini-Programs
Five Continuing Legal Education mini-programs have
been scheduled for Saturday, January 30:
 The Collection Process Part 11;
 Constitutional Aspects of Tax Lawmaking;
Midyear Meeting Information
Inside this Issue:
Midyear Meeting Schedule
Hotel Reservation Form
(inside front cover)
Ticket Purchase Form
(inside back cover)

 Task Force Report on Transfer Taxes;
* Tax Issues in Independent Contractor vs. Employee
Relationships; and
 'Tax Considerations in Bankruptcy.
Sunday Mini-Programs
Three CLE mini-programs will be offered on Sunday,
January 31:
* Insurance Products for Professionals, Corporations,
and Their Clients;
* Partnership Allocations Under the Final Regula-
tions; and
9 Current Developments in the Tax Law
See the descriptions for all mini-programs inside this
Section Reception
The reception on Saturday evening will be held at the
Cabildo, one of New Orleans' most notable historic land-
marks. The Cabildo is one of two buildings flanking Jack-
son Square. These buildings were the seats of the Louisiana
Governing Authority when it was ruled by France and
Spain. The French building is known as the Presbytere
and the Spanish building is known as the Cabildo. It was
in the Cabildo where some of the formal documents were
signed in 1803 transferring the Louisiana Territory to the
United States.
Activities for Companions
On Friday morning following the get-acquainted com-
plimentary breakfast, companions may select one of two
events, either a walking tour of five French Quarter antique
furniture shops conducted by experienced docents or a
lecture at the Historic New Orleans Collection, a landmark
house museum. The lecture will focus on the early history
of Louisiana. Participants will be able to review original
documents including those from the Louisiana Purchase
of 1803. Following the antique shop walking tour and the
lecture at the Historic New Orleans Collection, both groups
will be taken by bus from the French Quarter to have lunch
at Commander's Palace Restaurant in the Garden District
of New Orleans. Commander's has arranged to have its
executive chef address the group following lunch. His
remarks will discuss the impact of Louisiana regional cooking
A   New Orleans cooking throughout the United States.
Following lunch, weather permitting, a brief walking tour
of the Garden District will be conducted by experienced
(See Meeting on back cover)

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