State and Local Tax Claims in Ch. 11 Bankruptcy: Challenges and Strategies for Attorneys and SALT Practitioners
Key Bankruptcy Provisions for SALT Claims and Objections; Court Authority to Determine Claims; Negotiating Settlements
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE/CPE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE/CPE webinar will provide attorneys and tax professionals guidance for managing state and local tax agency claims in Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings. The panel will discuss challenges for state and local tax practitioners, applicable bankruptcy rules, proof of claims and objections, negotiating settlements with a state tax agency, and other key issues.
- Interplay of bankruptcy rules and state taxes
- Negotiating settlements with a state tax agency
- Bankruptcy court authority to determine claims
- Objections to state proof of claims
- Best practices for counsel and tax practitioners
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- How can the bankruptcy court and bankruptcy rules be used in resolving state tax claims for companies?
- How are state tax claims handled in bankruptcy proceedings?
- What authority does a bankruptcy court have in determining claims?
- What are the key factors in negotiating settlements with a state tax agency?
Brann & Isaacson
Mr. Eisenstein is one of the nation’s leading experts in state and local taxation of information... | Read More
Mr. Eisenstein is one of the nation’s leading experts in state and local taxation of information technology. He has wide experience in state and local tax issues and has represented prominent providers in major litigations, including filing amicus briefs in the United States Supreme Court. He is a regular contributor to State Tax Notes, among other publications, writing on state tax developments. Mr. Eisenstein has been selected consistently by his peers as one of The Best Lawyers in America.Close
Jamie E. T. Szal
Brann & Isaacson
Ms. Szal focuses her practice on assisting businesses in all aspects of state and local tax controversy, from... | Read More
Ms. Szal focuses her practice on assisting businesses in all aspects of state and local tax controversy, from regulatory and administrative proceedings through civil litigation. She came to Brann & Isaacson following several years at the Massachusetts Department of Revenue. As Counsel in both the Litigation Bureau and Office of Appeals, she focused on complex tax issues facing corporations and pass-through entities. She earned her LL.M. in Taxation and Certificate in State and Local Taxation, both with distinction, from Georgetown University Law Center.Close