American Citizens Abroad TaxCast

Charles Bruce + Marie Sapirie Chat About The Senate Reconciliation Procedure, The Byrd Rule, Importance Of Reconciliation for RBT and more!

September 8, 2021

Marie Sapirie is a contributing editor for Tax Notes, a nonprofit tax publisher, where she writes about federal taxation. Prior to joining Tax Notes, she practiced tax law at Covington & Burling and served as a law clerk for Judge D. Brooks Smith of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit and Judge Glen E. Conrad of the United States District Court for the Western District of Virginia. Marie received her JD from William & Mary Law School and her undergraduate degree from Georgetown University. Prior to law school she taught at a middle school in Japan.

Charles Bruce is Chairman of American Citizens Abroad Global Foundation and Legal Counsel of ACA. He is an American tax lawyer and practiced in Washington, DC, London and Lausanne. He currently divides his time between Washington and London. At various times he served on the tax staff of the US Senate Finance Committee and taught tax law at Institut für Ausländisches und Internationales Finanz- und Steuerwesen, Hamburg University, Hamburg, and in the Graduate Law Program, Georgetown University Law Center, Washington, DC.

"How the Senate’s Rules and Precedents Shape the Tax Law" by Marie Sapirie

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