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  • Government Shutdown
  • U.S.-Mexico Relations
  • PG&E’s Decision to File for Bankruptcy


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Government Shutdown
Chris Rizek
Caplin & Drysdale
“it’s almost impossible to work on behalf of clients with the remaining IRS staff now; phone calls aren’t returned, it’s impossible to get new Employer Identification Numbers or schedule meetings and appeals conferences. The IRS isn’t even returning faxes! Meanwhile, crucial IRS vacancies go unfilled.”
Rizek has a unique history of government service before joining iconic Caplin Drysdale tax law firm in Washington, D.C. His combination of practical and policy-level experience in government has given him special insight into the application of the tax laws and IRS procedures, which has been of great value to many of the firm’s clients who are faced with complex tax controversies and litigation. From 1995-1998, he was an Attorney-Advisor and Associate Tax Legislative Counsel with the U.S. Treasury Department, Office of Tax Legislative Counsel. While at the Treasury, he was responsible for regulations and legislation involving tax practice and procedure, including the Taxpayer Bill of Rights 2 (1996) and the IRS Restructuring and Reform Act of 1998. From 1984-1988, Rizek was a Trial Attorney with the U.S. Department of Justice, Tax Division and continues all government associations to benefit clients.
Contact: Adam Fauerbach, [email protected]

U.S.-Mexico Relations
Dr. John Dwyer
Chair and Associate Professor of History
Duquesne University
“Relations between the U.S. and Mexico have rarely been more important than they are today, as seen through issues of migration (including the wall), trade (including changes to NAFTA), drug trafficking (including the New York trial of El Chapo Guzman), and racial stereotyping (including President Trump’s characterization of undocumented Mexican immigrants).”
Based in Pittsburgh, Dr. Dwyer is available for interviews on Mexican history and current events, Latin American history and current events, and U.S. relations with Mexico and Latin America. His current research examines environmental depredation along U.S.-Mexico border/industrialization in 20th century Mexico. His book, “The Agrarian Dispute” (Duke UP 2008), won the Alfred Thomas Book Prize.
Contact: Emily Stock, [email protected]

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PG&E’s Decision to File for Bankruptcy
Dr. Nicholas Reksten
University of Redlands
Dr. Reksten, a California wildfires environmental economist, can speak with authority on the catastrophic environmental and economic consequences of PG&E’s actions and the resulting liability claims and bankruptcy: “PG&E is an interesting and unfortunate case, as it demonstrates that some combination of being unprepared for climate change in a way that it inadequately informs the company’s planning process and being overwhelmed by climate change can have catastrophic effects on businesses. This is certainly not the last case of such bankruptcy that we will see. In this case, PG&E was overwhelmed by liability claims due to the fires its equipment seems to have started. In other cases, we may see climate change directly affecting a company’s assets. Most companies that I know of have some understanding of these impacts and have processes for understanding what, exactly, their vulnerabilities are with respect to climate change. However, PG&E seems to have been overwhelmed by events. Even if their planning process used best practices, the climate system is chaotic by nature, and climate change makes it even more chaotic.”
Contact: Jennifer Dobbs, [email protected]



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