LE Section – Tax Consequences of Settlements and Judgments – Feb. 28th

Mistral Restaurant
370 Bridge Pkwy #6
Redwood City, CA 94065

Please join the Labor & Employment Section on Thursday, February 28, 2019, for a presentation on Tax Consequences of Settlements and Judgments in Employment Matters by Julia Damasco.

Attorney Julia Damasco of Miller Kaplan Arase LLP in Half Moon Bay will be providing a presentation to update the section on the tax consequences of settlement agreements under the new tax laws. Julia Damasco is a tax attorney admitted to practice in California and Washington.  She has advised attorneys and litigants for over 20 years on the tax consequences of settlements and judgments.  Her articles on the subject have appeared in ABA and other publications.  She is a partner and member of the managing partner committee for the CPA firm of Miller Kaplan resident in the San Francisco office.  The chair of the IRS liaison committee for the National Association of Federal Equity Receivers, she has personally obtained over 20 rulings from the IRS and US Treasury on the tax consequences of settlements and judgments.  Her experience on employment matters includes the Microsoft Temporary Workers and the NCAA Coaches settlements; and her authorship of articles for the ABA and the Southern Poverty Law Center.  She is a member of the board of the San Francisco General Hospital Foundation and was a resident of San Mateo county for over 30 years.

Cost: $55 for Labor/Employment section members and $65 for non-section members. Cost includes 1-hour MCLE credit and a delicious three-course lunch.

Registration: [RSVP POLICY CHANGE] Checks will not be accepted during the event. To register, please login into the SMCBA website or click here.  If you opt to pay by check, please register online first and send your check payable to SMCBA, to 333 Bradford St., Ste. 200, Redwood City, CA 94063, Attn: Events.
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Please note that if you RSVP but do not show up to the luncheon or cancel 48 hours in advance, you will still be charged the full amount for attending the event.