Women’s Property Tax Association – Methods and Myths of Real Property Valuation for Ad Valorem Taxation
Franczek partner Ares Dalianis will present part two of a three part series on Methods and Myths of Real Property Valuation for Ad Valorem Taxation. Click here to register.
Continuing on the Women’s Property Tax Association’s three-part series, Methods and Myths of Real Property Valuation for Ad Valorem Taxation Series, we are pleased to bring you Part 2: Busting the Myths – the Legal Perspective in Illinois.
On March 29, 2022, preeminent Illinois property tax litigators Ellen Berkshire (Verros Berkshire) and Ares Dalianis (Franczek P.C.) will present certain myths about ad valorem taxation, walk you through the relevant case law and statutory authority, and apply it to different fact patterns. Both panelists have extensive experience trying cases before the Property Tax Appeal Board, and have often found themselves on opposite sides. This is a unique opportunity to hear their own arguments, interpretations and tips for litigating both simple and complex property tax disputes, all of which can be applied to your own caseload on a substantive level. This is sure to be a panel that you don’t want to miss, and the only guaranteed viewing is the livestream, so register today!
Handouts will be available for download during the livestream.
Please send all questions for our presenters to email@example.com no later than 12:00 p.m. on March 28, 2022.
This meeting is expected to run for approximately 2.5 hours, and the WPTA will be seeking approval to issue CLE credit for any Illinois attorney that watches a live-stream of the program and completes the survey immediately following. Attorneys seeking CLE credit must register individually, watch the live broadcast and complete the survey under their own registration. If approved by the MCLE Board, CLE credit will not be issued if this criteria is not met.