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      2017 41st Annual Tax Law Conference
      Date: March 3, 2017
      Location: Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Center
      Description: Planned Topics Include: Domestic Corporate Tax; Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation; International Tax; Partnerships and Pass-Throughs; Financial Products; Tax Practice and Procedure; Tax Accounting; Criminal Tax and Enforcement

      2017 Labor & Employment Conference
      Date: March 9 — 10, 2017
      Location: Hilton Palacio del Rio
      Description: During this two-day conference, leaders in labor and employment matters will address compelling and timely topics of interest to practitioners. Planned topics to be released soon.

      2017 Fellows of the Foundation Dinner
      Date: March 18, 2017
      Location: The University Club of Washington DC
      Description: Annual Fellows of the Foundation Dinner, in association with the 2017 Midyear Meeting.

      2017 Mid-Year Meeting
      Date: March 18, 2017
      Location: Capital Hilton
      Description: The annual Midyear Meeting for the Federal Bar Association, comprised of the National Council, Chapter Presidents, Section and Division Chairs, Vice Presidents for the Circuits, and Board of Directors.

      2017 42nd Indian Law Conference
      Date: April 6 — 7, 2017
      Location: Talking Stick Resort
      Description: Join scholars, federal appointees, legal professionals and other community leaders in April to discuss some of the most pressing issues related to Indian Law and the future independence and health of tribal communities. CLE credit will be available and attendees will enjoy multiple networking opportunities throughout the day.

      2017 Leadership Training and Capitol Hill Day
      Date: April 20 — 22, 2017
      Location: Capital Hilton
      Description: Attendees will receive the tools, information, and more importantly the network needed to meet the challenges of a FBA chapter presidency or a section/division leadership position. This 1 ½ -day program is something your incoming president or incoming section/division chair won’t want to miss! Capitol Hill Day will be held on April 20, 2017 – the day before Leadership Training.

      2017 Immigration Law Conference
      Date: May 12 — 13, 2017
      Location: Embassy Suites by Hilton Denver Downtown Convention Center
      Description: Immigration law & policy is changing rapidly in today’s political environment. Now is the time to further the discussion, advocate for fair and reasonable policy, and take action to advance the quality of immigration law. Join the FBA Immigration Law Section for a 2-day event full of CLE sessions focused on recent developments and network with a dedicated community of immigration law practitioners

      The False Claims Act Today: Sacramento, CA
      Date: May 15, 2017
      Location: Robert T. Matsui Federal Courthouse
      Description: This CLE, hosted by the FBA Qui Tam Section and with support from the FBA Sacramento Chapter, will provide a general overview of the FCA, a discussion of relevant Supreme Court cases, practice tips, recent developments in the Ninth Circuit, and a panel discussion to provide diverse perspectives on FCA practice.

      2017 29th Annual Insurance Tax Seminar
      Date: June 1 — 2, 2017
      Location: JW Marriott Washington DC Hotel
      Description: Learn from experts about new and changing products, policy updates, and best practices for tax planning and compliance at a forum for tax professionals and IRS representatives to share information, exchange ideas, and forage networking relationships with others in the industry.

      The False Claims Act Today: Buffalo, NY
      Date: September 15, 2017
      Location: U.S. Courthouse
      Description: This CLE, hosted by the FBA Qui Tam Section and with support from the FBA Buffalo Chapter, will provide a general overview of the FCA, a discussion of relevant Supreme Court cases, practice tips, recent developments in the Second Circuit, and a panel discussion to provide diverse perspectives on FCA practice.