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51st Annual William and Mary Tax Conference to be held Nov. 10-11

The 51st annual William and Mary Tax Conference will be held Nov. 10-11, 2005, at the Kingsmill Resort in Williamsburg, Va. The conference is presented by the School of Law and the School of Business at the College of William and Mary, and also by the Taxation Section of the Virginia Bar Association and the Taxation Section of the Virginia State Bar.

Titled “Taxing the Real (Property) World: A Program for Advisors to Privately Held Business,” the conference will include panel discussions on the entity of choice for real estate developers and investors; tax issues in acquisition and development financing; historic rehabilitation and land preservation credits; lessee/lessor taxation; recent developments in federal income tax; like-kind exchanges and involuntary conversions; workouts, bankruptcy and insolvency; avoiding dealer status and other causes of ordinary income; and estate planning for the real estate entrepreneur. Lunch each day will be accompanied by a panel discussion - on hot topics in Virginia taxation, and on tax reform and its alternatives.

Conference speakers include:

Craig D. Bell of McGuireWoods in Richmond, Va.; Howard J. Busbee of the William and Mary School of Business; Cameron N. Cosby of Hunton & Williams in Richmond, Va.; Susan T. Edlavitch of Venable in Washington, D.C.; Robert G. Gottlieb of Venable in Washington, D.C.; R. Braxton Hill III of Kaufman & Canoles in Norfolk, Va.; Richard M. Lipton of Baker & McKenzie in Chicago, Ill.; Mary Ann Mancini of Williams Mullen in Washington, D.C.; Virginia E. McConnell of the Virginia Department of Historic Resources; Louis A. Mezzullo of McGuireWoods in Richmond, Va.; Pamela F. Olson of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom in Washington, D.C., and former Assistant Secretary of Tax Policy, U.S. Department of the Treasury; Thomas P. Rohman of McGuireWoods in Richmond, Va.; William L.S. Rowe of Hunton & Williams in Richmond, Va.; Blake D. Rubin of Arnold & Porter in Washington, D.C.; Robert D. Schachat of Ernst & Young in Washington, D.C.; Ira B. Shepard of the University of Houston Law Center; and Stefan F. Tucker of Venable in Washington, D.C.

For conference registration, fee and accreditation information, call 757-221-3817, contact us by fax at 757-221-3261, or by e-mail at wmtax@wm.edu. You may also visit the tax conference Web site at www.wm.edu/law/institutesprograms/taxconference.

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