Kendall Houghton, John Coalson, Clark Calhoun, and Matt Hedstrom will participate in this event hosted by Vanderbilt University Law School.
Clark Calhoun will serve as a panelist during the session “Audits, Appeals, and Settlement Techniques.” This session will present a variety of perspectives for managing audits, appealing proposed assessments, and settling state tax disputes. Panelists will bring their own unique viewpoints on effectively managing audits, best practices for written and oral advocacy, and settling difficult state tax disputes.
Matt Hedstrom will serve as a panelist during the session “Constructive Possession – What Does It Mean?” This session will explore the concept of constructive possession, how constructive possession fits (or doesn’t fit) within the established legal framework in states, and how states are applying the concept of constructive possession to the new economy. The session will also include an overview of recent judicial and administrative developments throughout the country and explore the interplay between constructive possession as a basis for taxability and state rules for sourcing sales.
Kendall Houghton serves on the board of trustees.
John Coalson is an emeritus trustee.
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