Palo Alto partners Nathan Giesselman, Emily Lam and Sean Shimamoto; Chicago partner Nathaniel Carden and associates Alicia Beyer and Aaron Okin; and Washington, D.C. counsel Carl Erdmann spoke on recent legislative developments October 14 at the Seattle Chapter Meeting of the Tax Executives Institute Conference. Mr. Giesselman and Ms. Beyer discussed "FIRPTA Reform"; Mr. Shimamoto and Ms. Lam spoke during a session titled "TEFRA Proposals and Partnership Tax Reform"; Mr. Carden and Mr. Okin participated in a panel discussion titled "BEPS and International Tax Reform"; and Mr. Erdmann spoke on "State and Local Legislative and Policy Developments." The event was open to chapter members.

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