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63rd Annual Cleveland Tax Institute Part 2 | CMBA CLE Catalog

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63rd Annual Cleveland Tax Institute Part 2

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Date Published

October 22, 2020


Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association


Tax Law


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2.0 Hours of CLE

Bankruptcy/Insolvency Tax (Code sec. 108)
Joseph Schimmel, Cohen Chase Hoffman & Schimmel, Miami, FL
Michelle Gearity, Meyers Roman Friedberg and Lewis

Edward Bernert, BakerHostetler
Sarah O'Leary, Chief Counsel, Ohio Tax Department
William Nolan, Ernst & Young
David Ebersole, BakerHostetler
Christopher Swift, BakerHostetler

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Joseph Schimmel
Cohen Chase Hoffman & Schimmel, Miami, FL

Florida, 1993New York, 1994U.S. Tax Court, 1994U.S. District Court Southern District of Florida, 2004EducationNew... Read More

Michelle Gearity
Meyers Roman Friedberg and Lewis

Michelle Gearity focuses her practice on helping clients navigate complex legal and regulatory tax and employee benefits... Read More

Edward Bernert

Ted Bernert concentrates his practice in the area of state and local taxes, with a particular emphasis on the major Ohio... Read More

Sarah O'Leary
Chief Counsel, Ohio Tax Department

Sarah O’Leary, is Deputy Tax Commissioner, Chief Legal Counsel for the department overseeing all of the legal operations... Read More

William Nolan
Ernst & Young

Bill works in EY’s National Tax Department out of the Akron, Ohio office. Bill serves several Northeast Ohio clients as an... Read More

David Ebersole

Dave Ebersole works closely with clients on tax issues, with a particular focus on state and local tax needs. Drawing from... Read More

Christopher Swift

Chris Swift has more than 30 years' experience as a healthcare and tax lawyer who counsels the healthcare industry and other... Read More

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