People in Tax Podcast
The People in Tax Podcast is a production of the American Bar Association’s Section of Taxation. For more news, read ABA Tax Times at ambar.org/abataxtimes.
info_outline S02E30: Lewis Taischoff 09/10/2020
S02E30: Lewis Taischoff In S02E30, James Creech and Lewis Taischoff discuss writing about tax, and how to keep readers engaged with it, judicial nicknames, baseball metaphors, sympathetic clients, and what makes good blog material, ending with the changes in case management in the court.
info_outline S02E27: Jane Zhao 07/30/2020
S02E27: Jane Zhao In S02E27, James Creech and Jane Zhao discuss her experiences in low-income tax clinics, including the benefits of the calendar call clinic program, as well as the overlap between low and high-income tax practice, and transitioning between both areas.
info_outline S02E25: Marsha Dungog and Anshu Khanna 07/02/2020
S02E25: Marsha Dungog and Anshu Khanna In S02E25, James Creech, Marsha Dungog, and Anshu Khanna discuss getting into international tax law, taxation challenges related to cross-border families, and international responses to the COVID-19 pandemic.
info_outline S02E23: Omeed Firouzi 06/04/2020
S02E23: Omeed Firouzi In S02E23, James Creech and Omeed Firouzi discuss worker misclassification and the affect it has on both employers and employees. They also delve into what to look at when making a classification challenge, and the intersection of LITC and other areas of
info_outline S02E22: Stephanie Lipinski Galland 05/21/2020
S02E22: Stephanie Lipinski Galland In S02E22, James Creech and Stephanie Lipinski Galland discuss the challenges of state and local taxes, the impact of the Wayfair decision, and opportunities for students considering a career in state and local taxes.
info_outline S02E19: Arsalan Malik 04/09/2020
S02E19: Arsalan Malik In S02E19, James Creech and Arsalan Malik discuss developing expertise in employee benefits, keeping pace with the evolving nature of the field, and the benefits of encouraging diverse perspectives through such Tax Section initiatives as the Diversity and Inclusion Scholarships.
info_outline S02E17: Shanthy Bala 03/12/2020
S02E17: Shanthy Bala In S02E17, James Creech and Shanthy Balachanthiran discuss helping indigent taxpayers at a rural Florida tax clinic, the important role of the ABA Tax Section in supporting tax clinic professionals, and the benefits of clinic internships to law students.”
info_outline S02E16: Travis Thompson 02/27/2020
S02E16: Travis Thompson In S02E16, James Creech and Travis Thompson discuss getting into tax through a summer associate position, expanding a career through attending Tax Meetings and organizing panels, and the advent of the use of artificial intelligence in tax enforcement and
info_outline S02E14: Eric Solomon pt2 01/29/2020
S02E14: Eric Solomon pt2 In S02E14, James Creech and Eric Solomon discuss managing the Treasury Department's Office of Tax Policy, the ABA Tax Section's important role in the tax system, and the need for the Tax Section to evolve to address future needs. (Part 2 of 2.)
info_outline S02E07: Christine Speidel 11/06/2019
S02E07: Christine Speidel In S02E07, James Creech and Christine Speidel discuss tax law work helping victims of domestic violence, volunteering for the Tax Section Pro Bono and Tax Clinics Committee to advocate for better tax law administration, teaching tax law to clinic students.
info_outline S02E05: Caroline Bruckner 10/10/2019
S02E05: Caroline Bruckner In S02E05, James Creech and Caroline Bruckner discuss working on Capitol Hill, the tax code and women business owners, the need for data and practitioner perspectives to inform tax policy, and the social impact of tax policy.
info_outline S02E03: Alison Helland 09/12/2019
S02E03: Alison Helland In S02E03, James Creech and Alison Helland discuss the atmosphere of involvement at Tax Section meetings, the practice of helping business owners with estate and succession planning, using Tax Section meetings to stay current, and the benefits of volunteering within the Section.