Holtz, Slavett & Drabkin is proud to sponsor the 38th Annual UCLA Tax Controversy Institute, the preeminent conference exclusively dedicated to tax controversy and tax litigation. The conference provides an open forum for many distinguished presenters from the government and private practice. Among this year’s speakers, the Tax Controversy Institute will welcome IRS Commissioner Charles P. Rettig and other IRS executives and distinguished private practitioners.
The 38th Annual UCLA Tax Controversy Institute will be held live on Thursday, October 27, 2022, at the Beverly Hills Hotel. The program is ideal for tax attorneys, accountants, financial advisors and tax professionals. Accounting, tax and law students are also encouraged to attend. You can register for the conference here or by calling 310-825-9971.
Igor Drabkin to Speak at UCLA Tax Controversy Institute
Tax Attorney and Shareholder Igor Drabkin will provide his insights and expertise on a panel focusing on IRS Collections and the IRS campaign on collection activities. Igor is a Certified Tax Law Specialist by the State Bar of California. He devotes his skills and experience to representation of clients who are in disputes, or have compliance issues, with the Internal Revenue Service and State taxing authorities, both administratively and in court. He litigates cases in all federal and state courts, including U.S. Tax Court, U.S. District Court, Court of Federal Claims and U.S. Bankruptcy Court. In addition, Igor represents clients in tax audits, fraud and criminal investigations, administrative appeals, tax collection and bankruptcy matters. Igor also has extensive experience representing clients with offshore tax compliance issues, including Offshore Voluntary Disclosure, FBAR audits and Grand Jury investigations related to foreign bank accounts. Igor also was a Senior Trial Attorney with the IRS Office of Chief Counsel.
Holtz, Slavett & Drabkin, APLC is a tax controversy and tax litigation law firm consisting of former IRS trial attorneys. We represent taxpayers in all aspects of tax disputes with the IRS and state tax authorities, including penalty abatement requests. To schedule a consultation, please contact us at (310) 550-6200 or (949) 999-6606.