Miller Canfield Sponsors Michigan Tax Conference
Second Largest Tax Conference in the Nation
The law firm of Miller Canfield will be an event sponsor of the “Michigan Tax Conference,” the second largest conference of its kind in the U.S., Tuesday through Thursday, November 8-10 at the Suburban Collection Showplace, formerly the Rock Financial Showplace, in Novi. Five of the firm’s Michigan and one of its Canadian tax lawyers, will join high-level state, corporate and public accounting decision makers to present the latest developments affecting Michigan business and corporate income tax, multi-state tax, sales and use tax and accounting and auditing.
Miller Canfield Canadian lawyer Marco Dolfi will speak on “Crossing the Border: Doing Business in Canada.” He joins his Michigan colleagues Joanne B. Faycurry, Gregory A. Nowak, Jack L. Van Coevering, Loren M. Opper, and Samuel J. McKim III who will speak on a variety of tax-related topics.
The conference, which is hosted by the Michigan Association of Certified Public Accountants in partnership with the Michigan Department of Treasury and the State Bar of Michigan Taxation Section, will offer valuable information for tax industry professionals throughout the region including unique insight regarding the risks and regulations of doing business in Canada from the firm’s cross border tax team.
Miller Canfield opened its Windsor office in 2002; expanding its Canadian presence to Toronto in 2008. The firm’s Michigan tax law attorneys have been providing state and local tax representation for more than 100 years focusing their practice on covering national, state and local tax planning, counseling and litigation services for multi-state corporate clients.