Thomas Sykes (left) of Greenberg Traurig LLP was introduced by Professor Malcolm Morris as the April 18 luncheon speaker for the Center for Tax Law and Employee Benefits Program “The IRS’s Revised Position on Employer-Provided and Supported Cell Phones.”
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Melamed and Sexton were guests at the Center for International Business Law’s “Derivatives: The Changing Legal and Compliance Landscape” program. He was one of more than a dozen speakers at the all-day program on April 17, 2012.
On April 17, 2012, Judge Lewis Nixon, who is directing the Circuit Court of Cook County’s Mortgage Foreclosure Court, and Carina Segalini, case management coordinator at the court, offered insights to student volunteers.
The Entertainment, Media and Sports Law Society welcomed four panelists to The John Marshall Law School on April 13, 2012, for “Baseball & the Law: Negotiating and Arbitrating America’s Pastime.”
Andrew Reeves (center) a January 2012 joint JD/LLM tax law graduate of The John Marshall Law School is congratulated by Professor Kathryn Kennedy, director of the Center for Tax Law and Employee Benefits, and Chicago Bar Association’s (CBA) Robert A. McKenzie (right), as he receives the CBA Tax Section Student Award for his outstanding academic record.