8 Sec. Tax'n Newsl. [i] (1988-1989)

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1989 Midyear Meeting Set for Los Angeles

'10Thd the Section of Taxation in Los Angeles, California,
February 9-12, for its 1989 Midyear Meeting. This meeting
offers you the opportunity to receive and exchange informa-
tion with colleagues in the field. Many of the committee
meetings and panels will include government attorneys most
familiar with the subject under discussion. The plenary
session Saturday morning will feature Ronald Pearlman,
Chief of Staff, Joint Committee on Taxation, who will
present a legislative update. There is an unparalleled variety
of entertainment in Los Angeles, with something to interest
and excite everyone. From the sun-soaked beaches on the
Westside to the trendy shops on Melrose, the exclusive
shops on Rodeo and the skyscrapers downtown, The City
of Angels is a thriving metropolis with an energy all its own.
The Century Plaza will serve as the Host hotel with the JW
Marriott as the overflow hotel. To reserve your hotel room,
just fill out the Hotel Reservation Form provided on the

inside front cover and send it along with your deposit to the
hotel of your choice. The Ramada Hotel Beverly Hills, only
an 8 minute drive from the Host Hotel, and the Century City
Days Inn, within walking distance of the Host hotel, are
alternative hotels for your convenience. Please do not use
the Hotel Reservation Form to register at alternative
Please note that the Section's Council approved changes
in the registration fees for the May and Midyear meetings
effective with the 1989 Midyear Meeting. The new registra-
tion fees are, $110.00 for regular members, $80.00 if you
have been admitted to the bar within the last 3 years, and
$15.00 for full-time academics, government officials and
law students. The deadline for advanced registration is
January 13, 1989. Only those who pre-register by January
(See Midyear Meeting on page 13)

Section of Taxation
Meeting Up
In order to accommodate the Section's need for meeting
rooms, the 1989 Annual Meeting in Hawaii will start two
days earlier than previously announced. The section meeting
will now commence on Tuesday, August 1 and continue
through Friday, August 4. Presidential Showcase and Joint
Programs are traditionally scheduled Saturday-Wednesday,
August 5-9. The Host Hotel remains the Sheraton Waikiki,
the flagship hotel of the Sheraton operation in Hawaii. See
Annual Meeting and housing forms in this issue. If you have
already registered please make sure you change your reser-

Moves 1989 Annual
by Two Days
vations as soon as possible by contacting ABA/ITS, 104
Wilmot Road, P.O. Box 825, Deerfield, Illinois 60015-
0825. For further information call 312/940-2143.
(See Annual Meeting on page 15)
 The Section Reception at the 1989 Midyear Meeting
will be held this year, on Friday, February 10, from
7-9 p.m.
 Registration fees for the Midyear and May meetings
have been increased to $110 for regular members,
$80 for members who have been admitted to the bar
for 3-years or less and $15 for full-time government
officials, academics and law students. Please Read
the Registration and Ticket Purchase Form carefully.
 The 1989 Annual Meeting will begin 2-days earlier
that previously announced. The new meeting dates
are August 1-9, 1989. For further details, see Annual
Meeting information in this issue.

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