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On June 4, the Family Business Advisors Group hosted its final meeting of the 2019-2020 season, where we shared skills and experiences serving family businesses.
Corporate tax departments are continually being asked to provide more documentation to defend assessments on transactions which are clearly not taxable or oftentimes have already been subject to tax. This session focuses on discussing these issues and preparing for the fight before it shows up at your door.
On May 8, 2020, our attorneys covered best practices for developing your Return to Work plan and addressed state specific requirements for Minnesota, Iowa and North Dakota.
On May 6, 2020, attorneys David Glaser and Katie Ilten presented the Health Law Webinar “COVID-19 Interim Final Rule: The Sequel.”
State tax controversy can present daunting strategy issues for taxpayers as well as service providers. This session focuses on preparing for controversy prior to audit division involvement and discusses potential strategies for defending a taxpayer position throughout the agency review phases (both audit and appeal).
This webinar provides participants with the knowledge they need to evaluate whether a property tax appeal makes sense for their properties.
Our Health Law Webinar on May 13, 2020, covered the basic legal theories that apply to health care reimbursement and addressed the most common questions we receive about fees and discounts.
Our panelists address taxpayer questions their offices are most frequently asked to respond to as a result of the current environment we are working within.
On April 28, 2020, our panel of restructuring experts discussed the proven actions that owners, boards and company advisors must take to survive the unprecedented COVID-19 crisis.
On May 12, 2020, Fredrikson & Byron Immigration attorneys Robert D. Aronson and Matthew Webster presented a webinar on the J-1 waiver process, its specific requirements and steps that healthcare institutions and physicians can take to increase their chance of success.