Joy Hall served as a panelist at the 2013 Tax Institute, presented by the Cincinnati Bar Association (CBA) Taxation Committee. The event was held Friday, December 6 and Saturday, December 7 at the Cincinnati Bar Center, 225 East Sixth Street.
Joy’s session discussed Tax Controversy. She served on the planning committee for the 54th annual Southwestern Ohio Tax Institute alongside the following: Joel Brant of Katz Teller Brant & Hild (Chair), Javan Kline of Frost Brown Todd and Jill Scherff of Dinsmore & Shohl.
The Cincinnati Bar Association Taxation Committee promotes the CBA within the field of taxation. The section regularly schedules and conducts educational programs and networking opportunities for the members of the section and all members of the association, monitors developments relevant to tax law and relays all pertinent information to its members.
Joy focuses her work in the areas of tax controversy, tax audit and criminal tax issues. Her practice includes federal and state tax litigation, refund issues, criminal tax indictments/trials, Offers in Comprise, audits and innocent spouse filings.