Caplin & Drysdale
Having celebrated our 50th Anniversary in 2014, Caplin & Drysdale continues to be a leading provider of legal services to corporations, individuals, and nonprofits throughout the United States and around the world. We are also privileged to serve as legal advisors to accounting firms, financial institutions, law firms, and other professional services organizations. Please visit www.caplindrysdale.com for more information.
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16 Apr 2024 Webinar: Washington, DC United States

You're invited to join the next Women in Tax Forum Zoom Tea on Tuesday, April 16 at 3:15 pm ET. Grab your favorite cup of tea or coffee and take a 45-minute break as we chat with Robin. We will talk with Robin about her journey as a tax law professional, the aspects of her career that bring her joy, and advice she has for other women in tax.

17 Apr 2024 Webinar: Washington, DC United States

Learning Objectives

  • You will be able to define the scope of U.S. taxpayers’ information reporting obligations with respect to offshore assets.
  • You will be able to explain the differences between FATCA and the Common Reporting Standard.
  • You will be able to describe the potential penalties U.S. taxpayers face for failing to comply with the reporting of their offshore assets.
  • You will be able to discuss recent FBAR case decisions and the anticipated impact on related IRS enforcement efforts.

Overview and Learning Points

This FATCA training provides a general overview of the latest changes that have been made to FATCA and FBAR rules. Content is geared towards accounting and legal professionals.

In addition, this topic covers important background information on FATCA reporting obligations for foreign banks, the current status of intergovernmental agreements, and their implications for American taxpayers with foreign accounts.

03 May 2024 Panel: Washington, DC United States

This panel will provide an overview of e-discovery and the use of technology in trial practice, with a specific focus on tax controversy and litigation. Panelists from government and private practice will share practical information, insights, and strategies using case studies, hypotheticals, and other resources from district courts and private industry.

Learning Objectives: After attending the session, the participant will be able to:

  • Understand the basics of e-discovery and the significance of metadata;
  • Identify the key practical differences between e-discovery and traditional discovery, as well as similarities and differences in the rules pertaining to each;
  • Understand the interaction of e-discovery with the FRCP and other rules (e.g., Circular 230); and
  • Recognize varying approaches to ESI protocols among district courts.
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Washington, DC
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Washington, DC
United States
Telephone: 1-202-8625000