Clark Hill Attorneys Jeffrey A. DeVree and Cameron J. Williams to Present “Income Tax Consequences of Real Estate Foreclosures and Workouts”
– Clark Hill attorneys Jeffrey A. DeVree and Cameron J. Williams will present “Income Tax Consequences of Real Estate Foreclosures and Workouts” on Tuesday, August 11, 2009 at the DoubleTree Guest Suites in Phoenix, AZ.
The course is $25 for ASCPA Members and $40 for Non-Members.
The course qualifies for two CLE Taxation credits.
For registration and more information, please visit
Jeffrey A. DeVree
is a member with the Corporate Practice Group in Clark Hill’s
office. He has 25 years of experience in tax and employee benefits practice, and works with clients firm-wide on federal, state, local and international tax matters.
Jeffrey received a bachelor of arts degree in economics
summa cum laude
, and his law degree
from the University of Michigan Law School. He is an active member of bar association sections and committees involving tax and employee benefits, having recently served as a member of the Council of the Tax Section of the State Bar of Michigan and having previously served as chairman of the Business and Tax Section of the Grand Rapids Bar Association. He is a member
of the IRS Great Lakes Area Tax-Exempt and Government Entities Council. He is also a member of the Tax Policy Committee of the Michigan Chamber of Commerce, and a member of the Tax and Regulatory Affairs Committee of the Grand Rapids Area Chamber of Commerce, and worked with both organizations to analyze and develop proposals for
business tax reform. He is a frequent speaker at seminars for business and professional groups. He currently serves as a member of the board of directors of
, a nonprofit inner-city service organization, and the board of directors of The Grandville Education Foundation, having served as the chairman of both organizations. Jeffrey has been selected by his peers for inclusion in the 25th anniversary edition of
The Best Lawyers in
In addition to law practice, Jeffrey enjoys bicycling, scuba diving, music, history, and travel.
Cameron J. Williams
is an associate with the Corporate Group of Clark Hill’s
office. He focuses his practice in the area of transactional law representing clients on corporate, real estate and financial matters.
Cameron’s representative transactions have included the purchase and sale of multi-family housing complexes, the purchase of commercial locations throughout the country for travel center development, and extensive commercial and retail leasing. Through his representation of both lenders and borrowers, Cameron has concluded transactions ranging from construction, operations and mortgage facilities for auto dealerships to credit lines for Native American casinos.
Prior to joining Clark Hill, Cameron served as General Counsel to a construction and development company with operations in
. He was also formerly in private practice with an international law firm representing global clients on a broad range of financing and real estate transactions.
Since 1890, Clark Hill PLC has been serving the business, government, non-profit and personal needs of clients throughout the country.
With offices in
, Clark Hill is a full service law firm with more than 190 attorneys.
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