TSLI Fast Approaching; Make Sure to Book Your Hotel
The Tax & Securities Law Institute is a month away! Come join an outstanding faculty in Boston, March 27-28, 2014, for what promises to be a fascinating discussion of the most pressing issues facing the municipal bond community during these difficult times. TSLI will cover 13 breakout session topics dealing with current issues of securities law, tax law, and ethics. Government participants will join many of the panels, offering attendees the most up-to-date views of industry regulators.
Haven't booked your hotel room yet? Space is limited and close to selling out. Please contact Susan Zelner to inquire about room availability.
Learn more about TSLI and register today.
Hear the Latest SEC Happenings at Fundamentals
You won't want to miss Thursday's luncheon at the 2014 Fundamentals of Municipal Bond Law Seminar, April 30-May 2, featuring guest speaker, John J. Cross III, Director of Municipal Securities Office, Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Cross will discuss current topics of interest at the SEC. Having worked for the U.S. Department of Treasury prior to joining the SEC, Cross is a leader in the public policy area affecting municipal finance. This can't-miss luncheon is just one of many Seminar offerings available to make sure you get the latest information on what is happening at the SEC. Learn more and register today.
This Week's Focus: On the shelf
Ways and Means Chairman Rep. Dave Camp's (R-MI) tax reform plan seems like it will not get marked up by the Committee, much less pass the House. This week Chairman Camp said that he would at least hold a hearing on the bill, but that has not yet been scheduled. One can look at his proposal in its entirety as a comprehensive plan for tax reform. Or one can look at his plan as a list of revenue offsets that can be used to pay for other tax proposals. Read more here...
The Senate today passed S. 25, To ensure that the reduced annual cost-of-living adjustment to the…
The U.S. Senate today passed S. 540, the Temporary Debt Limit Extension Act, which would suspend…
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Upcoming NABL Seminars
Mar 27–28, 2014
| Boston, Massachusetts
Putting the Pieces Together
State and local governments are facing very serious challenges today at all levels. These challenges reflect the general global issues of increasing demand for capital investment to address aging or obsolete…
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Apr 30–May 2, 2014
| Atlanta, Georgia
Be a part of the next wave of bond lawyers to take over the industry by attending the 2014 Fundamentals of Municipal Bond Law Seminar, April 30-May 2, 2014, in Atlanta GA.
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