How the Tax Law Reinforces Economic and Other Policies

Thursday, March 22nd, 2018
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM

The Norman A. Sugarman Tax Lecture

1 hour of CLE credit has been approved

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Event Description

The conventional wisdom about the relationship between taxes and budgets is backward: The tax code is more an instrument of social and industrial policy than a way to raise revenue. Tax Notes contributing editor Lee Sheppard, one of the most widely read and respected tax commentators in the world, explains how to think more clearly about the tax system.

Speaker Information

Lee Sheppard contributing editor. Sheppard is one of the most widely read and respected tax commentators in the world. She has been a mainstay of Tax Analysts’ publications for 30 years. Trained as a lawyer, Sheppard specializes in cutting-edge financial issues, such as derivatives and hedge funds, and taxation of multinational corporations. She is frequently asked to speak on tax subjects. She has appeared on television shows such as 60 Minutes and Frontline, as well as in the documentary We’re Not Broke. She also writes a blog for Forbes.

Tax Analysts, the publisher of Tax Notes and related publications, is a nonprofit publisher that provides the latest and most in-depth tax information worldwide.

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Event Location

Moot Courtroom (A59)
11075 East Blvd.
Cleveland, Ohio 44106

Lee Sheppard Contributing editor of Tax Notes

Lee Sheppard
Contributing editor of Tax Notes

This lecture

Free and open to the public
Online registration available or register at the door
In order to receive Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Credit attendees must be arrive and register with the CLE table prior to the lecture beginning. CWRU Law recommends arriving at least 5 minutes prior to the lecture start time.

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