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Civil Fraud and Accuracy Penalties: Strategies for the Administrative Appeal and Litigation, American Bar Association’s 34th Annual National Institute on Criminal Tax Fraud and 7th  Annual National Institute on Tax Controversy Program, Las Vegas, NV, December 2017

Criminal Tax Workshop, American Bar Association’s 33rd Annual National Institute on Criminal Tax Fraud and the 6th Annual National Institute on Tax Controversy, Las Vegas, NV, December 2016

“What Do You Mean My Spouse Hasn’t Been Paying Our Taxes?!?”: When Family, Tax and Criminal Law Intersect,” Missouri Bar 16th Annual Family Law Conference, Branson, MO, August 2016

“Identity Theft Tax Fraud: A Former Federal Prosecutor’s Perspective,” 26th Annual CPE Tax Expo, Houston, TX, Jan. 2016

“Disclosure in a Criminal Prosecution: Are You Getting What You Should Have?” ABA’s 32nd Annual National Institute on Criminal Tax Fraud and the Fifth Annual National Institute on Tax Controversy, Las Vegas, NV, Dec. 2015

“‘My Ex Did What?!?’: When Family, Tax, and Criminal Law Intersect,” The Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis, Oct. 2015

How Not to Become a Target of Your Client’s Criminal Tax Investigation: A Former Federal Tax Prosecutor’s Perspective,” Missouri Society of Enrolled Agent’s Annual Conference, Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri, July 2015

“My Spouse Hasn’t Been Paying Our Taxes? A Practitioner’s Guide to Representing the Innocent Spouse,” Missouri Bar’s Solo and Small Firm Conference, Branson, Missouri, June 2015

“Recent Developments in Tax-Related Identity Theft,” ABA Section of Taxation May Meeting, May 2015

“Criminal Tax Workshop,” American Bar Association’s 31st Annual National Institute on Criminal Tax Fraud, Las Vegas, NV, Dec. 2014

“Representing Clients with Foreign Accounts and Assets: U.S. Federal Income Tax Issues and Exposures,” The Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis, Sept. 2014

“Cooked Books: A recipe for representing a client with a potential criminal tax problem,” Missouri Bar’s Solo and Small Firm Conference, Branson, MO, Jun. 2014

“A Guy Walks Into the Treasury and Out With a Bag of Cash,” National Advocacy Center (U.S. Department of Justice)

“Using the Grand Jury to Build a Stolen Identity Tax Refund Fraud Case,” National Advocacy Center (U.S. Department of Justice)

“From Al Capone to Wesley Snipes: Prosecuting Federal Tax Crimes,” National Advocacy Center (U.S. Department of Justice)

“Prosecuting the ‘President’: Domestic Terrorism Case Study of United States v. Turner,” National Advocacy Center (U.S. Department of Justice)