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Paul Butler Participated In The Panel Entitled “Practical Privilege Issues,” At The ABA Tax Midyear Meeting On January 31, 2020

This panel discussed the rules protecting communications from disclosure, using real-world examples. The panelists also discussed hot topics and best practices. Panelists: Paul Butler, Kostelanetz & Fink, Washington, DC; Abbey Barber, Thompson Knight, Dallas, TX; Peter K. Reilly, Special Counsel, IRS Office of Associate Chief Counsel (Procedure and Administration), Washington, DC

Paul Butler Participated In A Panel Titled “Connecting The Dots – Managing Privilege In An Interconnected World” At The Tax Executives Institute

The contours of various privileges (attorney-client, attorney work product, spousal, etc.) vary from one jurisdiction to another domestically from whether each privilege exists to who holds (or “owns”) the privilege to how it is waived or preserved. Putting those issues into cross-border transactions and negotiations conducted through a variety of