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54th Midyear Conference.

TEI President Ray Rossi opens the 54th Midyear Conference.

Deputy Treasury Secretary Samuel Bodman and TEI President Ray Rossi before Tuesday morning's keynote address.

Eric Coffill (left) and Thomas Steele of Morrison & Foerster discuss state tax developments relating to tax shelters & disclosure.

Nicholas Giordano of Washington Council Ernst & Young and John Buckley of the House Ways & Means Committee staff chat before providing a legislative update.

IRS Administrative Affairs Vice Chair Kelly Nail of Electronic Data Systems Corp. moderates a session on LMSB's efforts to achieve currency.

House Ways and Means Chairman Bill Thomas gives a spirited address to TEI

Gayle Akemi Tagawa (center) of Amazon.com, Inc. listens to a question on restricted stock units. Also pictured are Edward Burneister (left) of Baker & McKenzie and David Sherwood (right) of Microsoft Corporation.

TEI Federal Tax Committee Chair Nell Traubenberg of Storage Technology Corp. discusses FAS 109 developments.

Daniel Kostenbauder of Hewlett-Packard Company discusses the MTC audit experience.

Elizabeth Case of PricewaterhouseCoopers discusses partnerships during a federal tax session.

TEI State & Local Tax Committee Chair Barbara Barton of Electronic Data Systems Corp. introduces the speakers on Tuesday morning.

Nemo Perera of Risk Capital Partners discusses tax insurance.

From left: TEI Executive Director Timothy McCormally, TEI Region S Vice President Ted Wielensa of Allergan, Inc., and Kathy Petronchak and Tom Wilson of the IRS.

Canadian Income Tax Committee chair Monika Siegmund of Shell Canada Limited listens to a question on US. and Canadian inbound financing.

From left: IRS Commissioner Mark Everson, TEI Executive Director Timothy McCormally, TEI President Ray Rossi of In TEI Corporation, and TEI Senior Vice President Judy Zelisko of Brunswick Corporation.

Paul Heller of JP Morgan Chase Bank chats with LMSB Commissioner Debbie Nolan before her luncheon address.

Karen Warner of Deloitte & Touche discusses return signatures, liens, and other aspects of office responsibility

Former IRS Deputy Commissioner Bob Wenzel (left) and former CCPA Commissioner Rob Wright both received TEI's Distinguished Service Award. Bob Wenzel's granddaughter, Grace, obviously approves.

TEI Region 7 Vice President Wayne Sine of Southern States Cooperative, Inc. discusses tax advocacy.

From left: Advanced Technology chair Rick Olson of Secure Computing Corporation, vice chair Gary Morrison of Movedo Group Inc., and TEI Tax Counsel Jeff Rasmussen present a preview of TEI's new website.

Mike Nelson of Cardinal Health, Inc responds to a question on productivity metrics. Looking on is TEI Region 4 Vice President Lynn Jordan of Susquehanna Pfaltzgraff Co.

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