Welcome to the Tax Litigation (Civil & Criminal) Report! This Report is intended solely for tax professionals to share and exchange general (non-client specific) thoughts and comments regarding recent developments, procedures, cases and authorities involving federal tax disputes and the representation of taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service in examinations, tax collection matters, administrative Appeals, tax litigation, and criminal tax investigations as well as in criminal tax prosecutions by the U.S. Department of Justice.
Discussions may include current IRS enforcement priorities, strategies and iniatives; consideration of various strategies and techniques in the representation of clients involved in tax examinations; voluntary disclosures involving domestic and foreign tax issues; preservation of relevant privileges; considerations re the imposition civil tax penalties; defending potential practitioner penalties and sanctions under the Internal Revenue Code and Circular 230; methods of handling sensitive issue tax-related examinations and criminal tax investigations and prosecutions; federal sentencing considerations, etc.
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