Speaking Engagement

44th Annual Advanced State & Local Tax Institute

Georgetown Law

Online Event

Blank Rome of counsel Philip M. Tatarowicz will serve as a speaker at the 44th Annual Advanced State & Local Tax Institute, hosted by Georgetown Law’s State and Local Tax Certificate Program and being held on Wednesday, December 1, 2021, from 12:00 to 2:00 p.m. EST, as an online program.

At Blank Rome, Phil is a member of the firm’s nationally recognized State + Local Tax (“SALT”) team, which handles cases in all 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia from both national and state-specific perspectives, steering clients through the complexity of state and local tax issues and proactively manage and control their state and local tax burdens.

Phil, who is also a professor and director of the SALT Certificate Program within the Graduate Tax Department of the Georgetown University Law Center, will present the welcome message and introduction to open the program. This will be followed by two sessions discussing trends and changes in state & local tax law:

  • The Convergence and Divergence of Global and U.S. Federal and State Tax Policies
  • Square Pegs in Round Holes: The Digital/Remote Economy in an (Almost?) Post-COVID World

For more information, please visit the event webpage or view the flyer.