Pillsbury partner Carley Roberts will present “Protecting Confidentiality & Audit Readiness” during the 27th Annual Paul J. Hartman State & Local Tax Forum. The Professor Paul J. Hartman Memorial State and Local Tax (SALT) Forum, sponsored in conjunction with the Vanderbilt University Law School, provides industry, practitioners and state revenue employees the opportunity to participate in a quality forum exploring significant national developments and trends in state and local taxation. The Forum features speakers with the knowledge, expertise, and communication skills to impart current developments as well as the practical solutions and planning opportunities in structuring and reporting state and local tax transactions.
The 27th Annual Paul J. Hartman SALT Forum will take place online via the virtual platform Pathable. We are confident that the program agenda and choice of platform will provide the level of excellence that is expected from the Forum every year.
Concurrent afternoon sessions will be offered on the first day, followed by two days of afternoon sessions for everyone. This will provide engaging programming, with the opportunity to obtain up to 9 hours of CLE and 10.8 hours of CPE credit.
The program will include live interaction with the speakers during each session. Additionally, Pathable provides an innovative way to connect with speakers between sessions, 1:1 Video Networking, Virtual Trade Show Booths, and more.
All registrants will receive an email one week prior to the Forum which will include a introductory welcome video explaining how to navigate the online platform, as well as your log in information.
For more information and to register, please visit the event page.