Bingham Greenebaum Doll Partner Honored with Dual Co-Chair Positions
Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP is proud to announce that partner Mark A. Loyd has been re-appointed as co-chair of the American Bar Association/Institute for Professionals in Taxation Advanced Property Tax Seminar Committee and has also been selected to serve as co-chair of the Institute for Professionals in Taxation Basic State Income Tax School Committee starting in 2014.
“We are pleased to see Mark honored with this outstanding opportunity for service to the legal profession,” said Tobin McClamroch, Co-Chairman of the firm. “His commitment to his practice and leadership within the tax community will serve both positions well.”
The ABA/IPT Property Tax Seminar devotes substantial time to current issues in the field and to recurring difficulties in handling and winning state and local tax appeals. It is held in conjunction with the ABA/IPT Advanced Income Tax and Sales and Use Tax Seminars.
The IPT Basic State Income Tax School Committee focuses on teaching fundamental state income tax concepts and practices. The five-day program is designed to provide the essential state tax building blocks for those students with less than five years of income tax experience.
The IPT is the only professional organization that educates, certifies and establishes strict codes of conduct for state and local income, property and sales and use tax professionals who represent taxpayers. Founded in 1976, it is a nonprofit educational association serving more than 4,400 members representing approximately 1,450 corporations, firms or taxpayers throughout the United States and Canada. The institute equips tax professionals in the private/corporate sectors to work more efficiently with valuable tools, top-flight educational programs and timely notification of legislative actions and court decisions.
Loyd focuses his practice on local, state and federal tax controversy resolution, litigation and planning. He is the chair of the firm’s Tax and Finance Practice Group and leads the firm’s State and Local Tax Team. He serves as an advocate for clients in resolving disputes with state and local tax authorities as well as federal administrative agencies, including the Internal Revenue Service, the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau and the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Commodity Credit Corporation. He has counseled and advocated for clients with issues involving local and state income, gross receipts, sales and use, property, franchise/license and various excise taxes as well as federal income and excise taxes.
Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP is a progressive business law firm with nearly 225 professionals serving regional, national and international clients. For more information, visit www.bgdlegal.com.