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2021 Holland & Hart Utah Tax Conference

Salt Lake City, UT and Webinar

Holland & Hart invites you to join our 2021 Utah Tax Conference! Speakers from Holland & Hart will discuss federal and state tax issues important to businesses throughout Utah, including a state legislative update, the latest on the Buck case, trends in international and federal tax, and more. Register today!


Thursday, November 18, 2021
12:00-5:00 PM MST

12:00-12:45 PM | Registration and Lunch

12:45-12:50 PM | Welcome
Steven Tyler

12:50-1:20 PM | Keynote Speaker
Robert M. Spendlove – Utah House of Representatives

1:20-1:50 PM | Utah Legislative Update
Kate Bradshaw and Billy Hesterman

1:50-2:00 PM | BREAK

2:00-2:30 PM | Hot Topics and Trends in International Tax
Diane Mathis-Durfey

2:30-2:45 PM | Recent SALT Developments
Nate Runyan

2:45-3:00 PM | Access Interruption: COVID-19 Property Tax Relief in Utah for 2020
Rebecca Taylor

3:00-3:25 PM | Hot Topics in Federal Tax Controversy: Part I
Bill Colgin

3:25-3:35 PM | BREAK

3:35-4:00 PM | Hot Topics in Federal Tax Controversy: Part II
Sue Combs

4:00-4:30 PM | Utah Income Tax Update
Steve Young

Location: This event will be offered both in-person and virtually.


*Marriott City Center
220 S. State St.
Salt Lake City, UT 84111
*Directly east of Gallivan Plaza


Those who RSVP for the virtual option will receive a link prior to the date of the event.

Masks are highly recommended for everyone attending in person and required if you are unvaccinated. Social distancing protocols will be in place during the event.

3.0 CLE and CPE credits pending for the State of Utah.

Please RSVP by November 11, 2021. Questions? Please contact Charles Cobbins.


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