Tax Litigation

Tax Litigation

NYU Tax Controversy Forum

by Matthew Roberts / Jun 21, 2020 2779
Tax Litigation

Federal Court Dismisses Taxpayer’s $1.8 Million Refund Claim Due to Insufficient IRS Form 2848 Authorization

by Matthew Roberts / Jun 03, 2020 2588
Recognized by the State Bar of Texas as
Summonses, Tax Litigation

IRS Summonses and the Powell Factors: A Recent Case Demonstrates the Burdens of a Motion to Quash

by Jason B. Freeman / Jun 01, 2020 2571
Criminal, Tax Litigation

Tax Preparer Enjoined from Tax Preparation After Engaging in Fraud

by Jason B. Freeman / May 20, 2020 2457
IRS Collection, Tax Liens, Tax Litigation

Section 7403 Tax Enforcement Actions

by Jason B. Freeman / Mar 26, 2020 2023
Recognized by the State Bar of Texas as
Summonses, Tax Litigation

Quashing an IRS Summons—Make Sure to Cross Your T’s and Dot Your I’s

by Freeman Law / Mar 05, 2020 1590
Recognized by the State Bar of Texas as
Penalties, Tax Litigation, tolling

Court Finds Reasonable Cause for Estate’s Late Form 706 Filing

by Jason B. Freeman / Feb 09, 2020 1301
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Audit, Penalties, Tax Court, Tax Litigation

Recent Decision Emphasizes Importance of Maintaining Adequate Business Records

by Jason B. Freeman / Jan 18, 2020 1218
Attorney-Client Privilege, Privilege, Tax Litigation, Work Product Privilege

The Attorney-Client and Work Product Privileges in the Tax Context

by Jason B. Freeman / Nov 14, 2018 781
Summonses, Tax Litigation

The IRS Is Like the Soviet Hockey Team: Presley v. U.S.

by Freeman Law / Sep 14, 2018 749
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