2013 Tax Policy Conference

Time Topic Presenter(s)

8:30 AM


  • Murray Dean (Intel, President of Santa Clara Valley TEI Chapter)
  • Annette Nellen (San José State University, Director of the High Tech Tax Institute)


Setting the Stage: Theories and Aspects of Multijurisdicational Income

  • Annette Nellen, Professor, San José State University


Taxation of International Income — Theories, Actions and Trends

  • Holly Glenn (Principal Economist, Baker & McKenzie)
  • Susan C. Morse (Associate Professor, UC Hastings College of the Law)
  • Eric D. Ryan (Partner, DLP Piper)
  • Moderator: Stephen P. Sedler (Senior Vice President of Taxes and International Trade Administration, Seagate   Technology)





Economic Report – Global, US and California Data and Trends  

  • Dr. Jon Haveman (Chief Economist, Bay Area Council Economic Institute)


State Taxation of Multijurisdictional Income – History, Actions and the Role of Congress

  • Greg Turner (Senior Tax Counsel, Council on State Taxation (COST))


Break — Celebration of 100th Anniversary of the 16th Amendment    



State Taxation of Multistate Income — Theories, Actions and Trends

  • Moderator: Dean Andal (Director, PwC)
  • Dr. Justin Garosi (California Legislative Analyst's Office)
  • Dr. LeAnn Luna (Associate Professor, The University of Tennessee)
  • J. Pat Powers (Partner, Baker McKenzie)


How Should Multijurisdictional Income Be Taxed? - Review of the Day and Looking Forward


+ Opportunity for comments from attendees

  • Dan Kostenbauder (VP Tax Policy, Hewlett Packard Company)
  • Kim Reeder (Partner, Reeder Wilson)