American Bar Association 2024 May Tax Meeting

American Bar Association 2024 May Tax Meeting

Washington DC
Speaking Engagement

Partner Lauren Moore spoke at the American Bar Association’s (ABA) 2024 May Tax Meeting in Washington, D.C. on May 3, on a panel titled “Does the Civil Rights Act of 1866 Prevent Charities from Advancing Civil Rights?” The panel examined the recent wave of reverse discrimination lawsuits under the Civil Rights Act of 1866, and the legality of various grantmaking and philanthropic efforts aimed at remedying race discrimination and advancing equity.

The ABA’s May Tax Meeting is a two-day conference for tax law professionals, featuring in-depth discussions on various tax policies with leading attorneys and government officials. The event provides key networking opportunities and CLE and CPE programs, including ethics, across a wide range of tax-related subjects, facilitated by over 30 Tax Section committees.

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