Max Goldstein, an attorney in Shutts & Bowen LLP’s Tampa office and a co-director of the Florida Bar Tax Section’s State and Local Tax Division, will be a featured speaker at The Florida Bar Tax Section Fall Meeting, taking place October 15 – 17, 2021.
The three-day conference will include committee and division meetings, networking events, as well as a full program of continuing legal education (CLE) presentations.
Max’s CLE presentation, entitled “Sales and Use Tax – Florida Remote Sales,” addresses a variety of tax issues unique to state and local legal practitioners, including insight on Florida’s sales and use tax, historical and current tax nexus standards including Florida’s new remote sales tax imposition, as well as related information on tax planning, enforcement and curing noncompliance.
Established in 1952, the Tax Section is the oldest section within The Florida Bar, striving to further the knowledge and practice of members in federal and state tax law, foster professional relationships amongst members, develop standards for the practice of tax law, and more.
About Max A. Goldstein
Max Goldstein is an attorney in the Tampa office of Shutts & Bowen LLP, where he is primarily a member of the Corporate practice group. Max focuses his practice on matters related to corporate transactions, government contracts, and trust and estates, with significant experience in state and local tax. He regularly advises clients on matters including: Formations and dissolutions; Mergers and acquisitions; Government contracting; Business processes, and; Trust formation and administration. Max is also Florida Supreme Court certified as a Civil Circuit Mediator.