40th Annual Institute on State and Local Taxation
Blank Rome State + Local Tax partners Nicole L. Johnson and Mitchell A. Newmark will serve as panelists at the NYU School of Professional Studies’ 40th Annual Institute on State and Local Taxation, being held virtually December 13 through 15, 2021. Blank Rome LLP is pleased to be a sponsor of the program.
This annual program addresses all major areas of taxation and attracts attorneys, accountants, state tax officials, tax directors, tax managers and anyone seeking expert discussion on the latest technical, legislative, and planning developments. Presenters will provide participants with up-to-date analyses of state tax developments including the year’s most important current issues, and is doing so at a time that is critical for tax professionals to gain the latest information on trends and forecasts from the best in the field. CLE/CPE credit is available.
Nicole’s session, “Apportionment Issues and Developments,” will take place on Monday, December 13, from 1:45 to 2:45 p.m. EST and will consider the extent to which the pandemic may have exacerbated historic apportionment issues, including potential factor distortion, unrepresentative factors, alternative apportionment, and controversy over the treatment of large gains. The panel will also review recent statutory, regulatory, and case law developments addressing the application of market-based sourcing, along with the sales factor treatment of foreign source income, intangibles, and other items.
On Wednesday, December 15, at 3:00 p.m., EST Mitchell will speak on the “How to Tax a Moving Target: The Complexities of a Mobile Workforce” panel, which will discuss whether COVID has made remote work a permanent feature of state tax complexity, including the intricacies of taxation and reporting for a mobile workforce: personal income tax, residency, convenience of the employer, sales and use tax, and property tax issues.
For additional information and to register, please visit the event webpage.