The Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act: Privacy and Enforcement Challenges & the Implications For Your Client's Financial Interests
About the Symposium The symposium was held on the campus of George Mason University School of Law and tackled the international and diplomatic concerns raised by FATCA, as well as specific implementation and compliance challenges faced by affected industries. The program featured a keynote adress and two distinguished panels with representatives from the United States and German governments, as well as FATCA experts from private practice and academia. The full Symposium Program, including Speaker Bios, and our Presentation Materials are now available online. Pictures from the Symposium are available here. A video recording of the Symposium is available here. To receive updates from JICL, subscribe to our newsletter If you have any questions about the symposium, please contact the Symposium Editor.
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Schedule Monday, October 22, 2012 8:15am – Registration Opens 8:15-8:45am – Breakfast & Coffee 8:45-9:00am – Welcome to Symposium and Introduction of Keynote Speaker 9:00-9:30am – Keynote Address Professor Richard Harvey, Villanova University School of Law and formerly Senior Advisor to IRS Commissioner Shulman Jesse Eggert, United States Department of Treasury Peter Deblon, Tax Counsellor, German Embassy James Jatras, Squires Sanders Public Advocacy Moderator: Michael Miles, Sutherland Asbill & Brennan LLP 11:00-11:30am – Coffee Break 11:30am-12:45pm – Panel 2: Operational Challenges & Cost of Compliance of FATCA Kenneth Werner, Richards Kibbe & Orbe LLP Carol Tello, Sutherland Asbill & Brennan LLP Alan Granwell, DLA Piper William Holmes, International Data Management Office, Internal Revenue Service Moderator: Rachelle Perkins, George Mason University School of Law
Date and Location The Symposium was held on October 22, 2012 in Founders Hall at the George Mason University Arlington Campus. The Arlington Campus is located at 3301 N. Fairfax Drive and is located 1/4 mile south of the Virginia Square metro station.