Utah Legislative Series: 2017 Wrap Up

The 45-day legislative race to pass new laws and craft a $16 billion budget will come to an end on March 9th. Once the dust has settled and we know which bills the Governor has signed or vetoed, join members of the Holland & Hart Government Affairs team for an in-depth analysis of what it all means for your business.

Need to know what new tax statutes might affect your business decisions? Tax Attorney Steve Young will walk you through the particulars and save you the time and calculator worries.

Amanda Smith, a veteran of the legislative process, will share her perspective and insights on the significance of changes to environmental legislation.

And finally, our Director of Government Affairs, Kate Bradshaw, will bring you up to speed on bills that will impact your business operations.

Join us for an hour long discussion to learn how the 45 days of the 2017 Legislative Session will impact your business going forward.


Agenda: Thursday, March 23, 2017 - 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. MST
8:00 - 8:30 a.m. - Registration
8:30 - 10:00 a.m. - Presentations


Speakers:

Steve Young
Attorney - Holland & Hart
Steve is a state and local tax attorney who provides strategic counsel to clients on state and local tax matters, including property, sales, income, and severance tax issues. He advises clients on unclaimed property and state and local incentives, and he also represents clients in state and local tax litigation before administrative tribunals, local boards of equalization, and courts, and lobbies.

Amanda Smith
Attorney - Holland & Hart
Clients benefit from Amanda's 20 years of experience with government agencies at the state and federal level and her ability to find common ground between government, private industries, land owners, and environmental groups on many complex issues. With a sophisticated understanding of how government agencies operate and enforce environmental laws, she counsels clients on how to operate in compliance with the complex maze of state and federal environmental laws and policies.

Kate Bradshaw
Utah Director of Government Affairs - Holland & Hart
Kate provides our Salt Lake City and Utah clients with comprehensive governmental affairs services focusing on legislative and campaign strategies. As a non-lawyer lobbyist, she draws upon her experience and relationships as a legislative staffer, campaign consultant, and trade association representative to craft strategies for energy, natural resource, healthcare, food industry, and business clients before the Utah State Legislature, Governor, state agencies, and local governments.

Location: Holland & Hart
222 South Main Street, Suite 2200
Salt Lake City, Utah 84101

RSVP by March 21, 2017

This seminar is complimentary

1.5 hrs CLE credit pending

To register online please click here.

Questions? Please contact Contact Sheila Bowmer at smbowmer@hollandhart.com or (801) 799-5926.

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