LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Attorney Anton Janik of Mitchell, Williams, Selig, Gates & Woodyard, P.L.L.C. presented during a panel discussion at the Arkansas Tax Conference in Little Rock on Nov. 2. The Arkansas Tax Conference is seminar hosted by the Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce and the Associated Industries of Arkansas.
The conference brought together senior administrators, in-house experts and leading practitioners for an in-depth look at Arkansas taxes. In the session, “Manufacturing – What’s Left After Carrothers,” Janik presented alongside Gina Dougherty with the Arkansas Department of Finance & Administration and Jim Saxton with Friday Law firm. The panel discussed the evolving definition of manufacturing under Arkansas tax law reflected through the Arkansas Supreme Court’s 2016 Carrothers Construction Company decision. Speakers and attendees reviewed the most recent tax legislation and recent developments through breakout sessions focusing on specific industry and tax types with discussion on trends and changes in the tax environment moving forward.
Janik is a member of the litigation practice group focusing on complex litigation, cybersecurity and privacy and tax controversies. He leads the tax controversy and litigation practice area and co-leads the cybersecurity, privacy and data protection practice area.
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Mitchell, Williams, Selig, Gates & Woodyard, P.L.L.C. is a full-service corporate law firm that provides trusted strategic counsel to clients in business, litigation, regulated entities matters. Established in 1954, the firm currently employs more than 90 attorneys in Little Rock, Rogers and Jonesboro, Arkansas and Austin, Texas.