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59th Annual Conference photo highlights.

The Life of the Party. Morris Rinehart, TEI President 1964-1965, gives an amusing and heartfelt speech during the conference. Mr. Rinehart who has maintained his TEI Honorary Membership for 25 years since retiring. He turned 90 years young earlier this year.

New Orleans legend Charmaine Neville gives an electrifying performance after the Tuesday night banquet.

Jeff Friedman of Sutherland Asbill & Brennan discusses state and local tax planning ideas.

Treasury Tax Legislative Counsel Helen Hubbard provides a legislative and regulatory update as TEI Senior Vice President Mike Boyle looks on.

Jeffrey Johanns of PricewaterhouseCoopers and Nanci Palmintere of Intel Corporation prepare for a session on FAS 109.

Mark Ely of KPMG discusses IRS refund procedures and joint committee process. Presiding over the session is Kelly Nall of Electronic Data Systems Corporation.

Lindy Paull of PricewaterhouseCoopers participates in the legislative update session

Al Meghji (left) of Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP discusses developments in transfer pricing. Also pictured is John Magee of McKee Nelson.

20 past presidents pose for a photo after the Tuesday banquet.

TEI President Judy Zelisko (left) presents past TEI President Betty Wilson with TEI's Honorary Membership award.

Chris Riley of Archer Daniels Midland Company (right) chats with a representative from CrossBorder Solutions, a gold sponsor of the conference.

IRS Chief Counsel Donald Korb delivers the keynote address during the Tuesday luncheon program.

TEI Federal Tax Committee Chair Neil Traubenberg of Storage Technology Corporation introduces the speakers for the FAS 109 session.

John McDonald of Baker & McKenzie discusses partnerships in international tax planning.

LMSB Commissioner Deborah Nolan address the conference to during the Monday luncheon.

Pat Ellingsworth of Royal Dutch/Shell Group discusses permanent establishment issues.

Former U.S. Treasury Assistant Secretary for Tax Policy Pam Olson (left) receives the Distinguished Service Award from TEl President Judy Zelisko.

Janet Wilson of Halliburton Company hams it up during the Mardi Grasthemed banquet.

Raymond Carpenter of Holland & Knight takes a question during the state & local tax session on tax planning.

New member Joe Novak of Abbott Laboratories poses a question to the panel during the FAS 109 session.

TEI President Judy Zelisko introduces SEC Chief Accountant Don Nicolaisen, the Tuesday morning keynote speaker.

Senior Industry Advisor, LMSB Heavy Manufacturing and Construction, and former TEI member, Bob Adams, discusses Schedule M-3

IRS Chief Counsel Don Korb (left) shares a laugh (about the baseball playoffs) with TEI Executive Director Timothy McCormally (center) and TEI Treasurer (and Red Sox fan) Bob McDonough.

Dave Klausman of American Standard Companies, Inc. talks about transitioning from technical adviser to business leader within the tax department

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