Taft attorney Don Mottley will participate in the 28th Annual Ohio Tax Conference, the nation’s largest business tax conference. It will take place Jan. 29-30 at the Hyatt Regency Columbus.
The conference will address Ohio Governor DeWine’s business tax policies and leadership at the Ohio Department of Taxation and brings together top tax decision-makers from Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana.
Mottley serves as a panel member in the opening day session titled “Ohio Tax and Jobs 2019.” Mottley will cover "Taxation of Pass-Through Entities, Personal Income Tax, and Municipal Income Tax."
The six-member panel group will also discuss:
- Federal Corporate Tax Reform and its Impact on Ohio Taxes
- Significant Developments in the Commercial Activity Tax (CAT)
- Economic Incentives and Tax Credits
- Sales and Use Tax
- Municipal Income Taxation
- Real Property Valuation and Classification
Taft will co-sponsor the conference’s opening day luncheon for the 700 attendees. The luncheon will feature a presentation by Jon Husted, Lieutenant Governor of the State of Ohio. He will discuss the new business taxation priorities set by Ohio’s new Governor, as well as the new direction set by the Tax Commissioner at the Ohio Department of Taxation.
Mottley also served as a member of the conference's planning committee. For more information about the conference, visit MEC Seminars.
Mottley focuses his practice on state and local tax matters, tax issues involving non-profit organizations, tax controversies (federal, state and local), and on public agency law. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science, magna cum laude, and a Master of Science degree in economics from Wright State University. He received his Juris Doctor degree from the Salmon P. Chase College of Law at Northern Kentucky University, finishing first in his graduating class.