New Jersey Chapter meets in Morristown.
During the meeting, the Chapter held concurrent sessions for federal, international, and state & local topics. Attendees chose from various sessions in an open-registration format. Ernst & Young LLP provided a dynamic group of speakers, including P. Michael Baldasaro of the New York office (Accounting for Taxes Update), Susan Minasian Grais of the Washington office and Dino Lombardi of the New York office (Accounting Methods Update), Chetan Prabhu of the New York office (Doing Business in India), and Marc Ganz (Section 965), Brian Scanlon (State Business Taxes), and Ken Hausser (State Employment Taxes) of the Iselin, New Jersey office.
Other speakers included James Fuller (Fenwick & West LLP), Harrison Cohen (Deloitte Tax LLP), John Verde and Leonard DiMeglio (PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP), J. Pat Powers (Baker & McKenzie LLP), Tom Callahan (Thompson Hine LLP), Neil Bass (KPMG LLP), Carl A. Stewart and John Mezquita (Internal Revenue Service), Kelly Lear (Vertex Inc.), and Richard Weiss (Mintax, Inc.).
During the luncheon, Mitchell Solomowitz received his Past President's pin and addressed the membership. He then presented 2006-2007 Chapter President Glen Strobel with the President's Gavel and Plaque and congratulated him on becoming the new Chapter President. Also speaking during the luncheon was Brian Scanlon of the Iselin office on behalf of Ernst & Young LLP.
The Chapter will hold its Full Day Fall Seminar at the Hyatt Morristown on Friday, November 17, 2006.
This article was submitted by James Goldie of the New Jersey Chapter.
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|Title Annotation:||Chapter News|
|Date:||Sep 1, 2006|
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