Section Tax Law


The Tax law Section concerns all facets of tax law practice and procedure.

The Tax Section is currently seeking a Chairperson. Contact MCBA if interested

Section Chair

Joseph Manuel
415 877 1843
josephdm@yahoo.com

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There are no upcoming Tax Law events

Feb 08, 2018
By Barbara Monty and Andrew Wolfe

It would be hard to find a lawyer who does not think that law is a stressful profession, perhaps not surprising in a profession centered on conflict. . . We share a few of the ways that we and several colleagues here in Marin not only cope with stress but seek to improve the practice of law for ourselves, our clients and our colleagues.

January Event Recap
Feb 08, 2018
By Nicole Çabalette

MCBA’s first General Membership Meeting of 2018 featured U.C. Berkeley Assistant Vice Chancellor and Director of Communications Dan Mogulof discussing the challenges of navigating the balance of First Amendment rights in our current political climate.

Jan 06, 2018
By Michael Overly

As we begin 2018, businesses, including law firms, should be considering potential resolutions for improving their security practices in the year ahead. Here are six action items that have the potential to substantially increase overall cybersecurity.

Legal Aid for North Bay Fire Victims
Nov 06, 2017
By Mee Mee Wong

Legal advice hotline based in downtown SF will offer brief legal advice on issues ranging from landlord-tenant, insurance issues, and FEMA benefits to employment and immigration.

OCTOBER JUDGES LUNCH RECAP
Nov 06, 2017
By Robert Rosborough

Presiding Judge Kelly Simmons regaled the sold-out audience with a very funny Top 10 Judges’ Pet Peeves list. Judge Simmons pulled off the difficult task of entertaining the audience while simultaneously helping us stay out of trouble the next time we are in court.

Nov 05, 2017
By Joseph Manuel

U.S. Citizens, dual citizens, and those holding a U.S. Green Card are subject to worldwide taxation by the US government. If you fall into any of these categories, you must pay tax on income made in the foreign country where you reside or earn income and to the U.S.