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News 10 Apr. 2018
Partner Michael S. Schwartz will speak at the Committee of Banking Institutions on Taxation’s 33rd Annual Spring Tax Day conference. The event will take place at the JP Morgan Chase Tower in New York on April 23, 2018.
Mr. Schwartz is to deliver a lecture entitled “The Trump Effect: Practical Estate Planning in Uncertain Times,” which will assess potential changes as well as estate planning opportunities resulting from the recent changes to the Internal Revenue Code. Mr. Schwartz previously co-authored an article on this topic alongside Curtis attorneys Robert W. Sheehan and Josh Bergman, which was published in the Practicing Law Institute’s Autumn 2017 issue of The Current.
Established in 1918, the CBIT consists of National and State Banks, Trust Companies, Private Banking Institutions and Institutional Banks. To learn more about the conference, please click here.
Trusts and Estates
Michael S. Schwartz