You are cordially invited to join CommLaw Group Partner, Jonathan Marashlian, at the TeleStrategies Communications Taxation 2011 seminar being held in New Orleans from May 25th– 26th. Mr. Marashlian will participate in a panel discussion on Thursday, May 26th. Details are provided below.
Session Title: Regulatory, Tax and Business Implications of Recent FCC Decisions Related to Enhanced Communications
This panel will discuss recent FCC rulings, Congressional actions, and policy initiatives along with the immediate and long-term regulatory, tax and business implications of telecom’s metamorphosis to an “all IP” network. Specific topics discussed include the FCC’s Nebraska/Kansas Public Utility Commission Declaratory Ruling, Intercall, the 21st Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act’s inclusion of “non-Interconnected” VoIP as a covered service, and various FCC reform proposals stemming from its National Broadband Plan. Insights regarding the immediate and longer-term implications of these decisions as well as legislation and other signals of policy shifts for convergent operators will be given; as well as predictions regarding the state tax implications of decisions and policy proposals at the federal level.
Jonathan Marashlian, Esq., Managing Partner, Helein & Marashlian, LLC
Robert Dumas, CPA, Founder, TaxConnex
Don Schiavone , Chief Operating Officer, Grasshopper Group
The session is scheduled for:
Thursday May 26, 2011
10:30 – 11:15 am
You can view the full agenda on the TeleStrategies website at https://www.telestrategies.com/tax/index.htm.
Clients and other friends of the firm are invited to take advantage of a variety of special discounts. As a sponsor, our firm is authorized to make a $100 customer registration discount available. In addition, as a sponsor of Communications Taxation 2011, we will receive three full conference passes for customers and guests.
If you are interested in the free conference passes or the code to obtain a $100 registration discount, please respond to this message. Conference passes will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.