The Jones Walker LLP State and Local Tax Team is back with a day-long program on October 6, 2021, titled Jones Walker: Gameshow! This state and local tax workshop will be addressing all the relevant issues that have been picked up for a new season, as well as discussing and previewing all the new additions to the lineup. First, you will be guided through the Familiar Feud of Louisiana state and local tax procedure. Then, get ready to surf through all the legislative and administrative updates that are grabbing the attention of viewers. Next, we will let you “phone a friend” and help you mitigate and defend against penalties, interest, and other audit add-on costs.

Join us at lunch for Whose Line Is It, Anyway?, featuring a moderated panel of key state tax administrators from Louisiana, Mississippi, Texas, and Alabama. The administrators will provide their perspective on recent tax developments.

Then, in the afternoon, it’s time for Jeopardy! with an interactive game addressing various recent hot SALT topics. We’ll then solve the litigation puzzle with various case updates, Wheel of Fortune style. Afterwards, we’ll wrap things up with a Q&A with our game show hosts.

When: Wednesday, October 6, 2021 | 8:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Where: Hilton Americas-Houston | 1600 Lamar St | Houston, TX 77010

Fee: $100 per registrant

Questions or to Register: Contact Courtney Farley at cfarley@joneswalker.com

A note regarding COVID-19
We are monitoring federal and local guidelines and will update attendees in advance of the event of any changes or applicable precautions.

This program is intended for intermediate to advanced practitioners in state and local tax administration and those doing business in Louisiana and Mississippi. An application for accreditation of this activity has been submitted to the Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Committee of the Louisiana Supreme Court and is pending. An application for accreditation of this activity has been submitted to the MCLE Committee of the State Bar of Texas and is pending. The full two days of programming have been recommended for 9 hours of Texas and Louisiana CPE.