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The Freeman Law Project – Episode 19 – The Tax Court in Brief (August 21 – 31), A Review of Recent Tax Court Opinions

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Jason B. Freeman and Matthew Roberts of Freeman Law, PLLC cover the recent court opinions from the U.S. Tax Court. Jason and Matthew discuss the procedural and substantive aspects of recent cases and provide legal commentary. This episode’s coverage includes an overview of IRS tax penalties, whistleblower decisions, and collection due process challenges! 

The Freeman Law Project – Episode 18 – The Tax Court in Brief (August 8 – 21) – An Overview of IRS Tax Penalties and the Reasonable Cause Defense, Charitable Dedication Appraisals, and More!

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Jason B. Freeman and Matthew Roberts of Freeman Law, PLLC cover the recent court opinions from the U.S. Tax Court. Jason and Matthew discuss the procedural and substantive aspects of recent cases and provide legal commentary. This episode’s coverage includes an overview of IRS tax penalties and the reasonable cause defense, as well as charitable deduction appraisals and more! 

The Freeman Law Project – Episode 17 – The Tax Court in Brief (The Week of August 3 – 7) – More Conservation Easements, Section 530 Relief, TEFRA partnership audits, and More!

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Jason B. Freeman and Matthew Roberts of Freeman Law, PLLC cover the recent court opinions from the U.S. Tax Court. Jason and Matthew discuss the procedural and substantive aspects of recent cases and provide legal commentary. This episode’s cases include disputes relating to conservation easements, Section 530 Relief, TEFRA audit disputes, and more! 

The Freeman Law Project – Episode 16 – The Tax Court in Brief (The Weeks of July 12 – July 24) – More Conservation Easements, Cancellation of Debt, and More!

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Jason B. Freeman and Matthew Roberts of Freeman Law, PLLC cover the recent court opinions from the U.S. Tax Court. Jason and Matthew discuss the procedural and substantive aspects of recent cases and provide legal commentary. This episode’s cases include disputes relating to conservation easements, cancellation of debt, penalties, and more! 

The Freeman Law Project – Episode 14 – The Tax Court in Brief (The Week of July 6 – July 10) – Conservation Easements, Employee Deductions, Early-Withdraw Retirement Account Penalties and More!

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Jason B. Freeman and Matthew Roberts of Freeman Law, PLLC cover the past week’s court opinions from the U.S. Tax Court. Jason and Matthew discuss the procedural and substantive aspects of recent cases and provide legal commentary. This week’s cases include disputes relating to conservation easements, employee deductions, penalties, and more! 

The Freeman Law Project – Episode 13 – The Tax Court in Brief (The Week of June 30 – July 3) – Fraud Penalties, Fee Awards, and More

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Jason B. Freeman and Matthew Roberts of Freeman Law, PLLC cover the past week’s court opinions from the U.S. Tax Court. Jason and Matthew discuss the procedural and substantive aspects of recent cases and provide legal commentary. This week’s cases include disputes relating to fraud penalties, fee awards, collection due process hearings, and more! 

The Freeman Law Project – Episode 12 – The Tax Court in Brief (The Week of June 22nd) – Conservation Easement Deductions and The Passport Provision

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Jason B. Freeman and Matthew Roberts of Freeman Law, PLLC cover the past week’s court opinions from the U.S. Tax Court. Jason and Matthew discuss the procedural and substantive aspects of recent cases and provide legal commentary. This week’s cases include disputes relating to conservation easements, challenging certifications to the Secretary of State relating to passport renewal denials for seriously …

The Freeman Law Project – Episode 11 – An Overview of Bankruptcy Law

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Jason B. Freeman interviews Gregory Mitchell of Freeman Law, PLLC. Greg is the director of the SMU Dedman School of Law’s Taxpayer clinic and a prominent bankruptcy practitioner. Greg has an LLM in tax law from the NYU School of Law. Jason and Greg talk all things bankruptcy law, from Chapter 7 to 11, 13, and everything in between.

The Freeman Law Project – Episode 10 – The United States v. Michael T. Flynn and The Separation of Powers Doctrine

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Jason B. Freeman discusses the interesting and unusual aspects of the United States v. Michael T. Flynn. The episode provides a summary of the factual background behind the case and key legal insights. Jason provides a synopsis of the parties’ legal arguments before the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals, and splices excerpts from the parties’ oral arguments themselves, while diving …