In a major victory before a 17-judge panel of the U.S. Tax Court, a Fox Rothschild litigation team led a successful challenge to an IRS rule and secured the reversal of certain penalties imposed in four consolidated cases involving a combined $90 million in conservation easement deductions.
Vivian D. Hoard…Continue Reading Fox Rothschild Tax Litigation Team Topples IRS Conservation Easement Rule
The Presumption of Innocence Podcast: Episode Sixteen
How can you ensure you’ve prepared your case…Continue Reading An Appealing Conversation: Insights From a Former Court of Appeals Judge
After a monthlong criminal trial in U.S. District Court, Fox Rothschild Partner Patrick Egan secured…Continue Reading Fox Rothschild Defense Team Wins Full Acquittal in High-Profile Political Corruption Trial
By Matthew D. Lee and Jonathan Wasser
Continued Internal Revenue Service processing delays are preventing businesses…Continue Reading Inspector General Faults Internal Revenue Service for Handling of Pandemic Relief Benefits
The Federal Government’s Continued Focus on COVID-19 Aid Fraud Leads to New Charges, Convictions and Sentencings
By Marissa Koblitz Kingman and Matthew D. Lee
The Justice Department recently announced new charges, convictions and sentencings in its ongoing initiative to target pandemic-related fraud, emphasizing the government’s commitment…Continue Reading The Federal Government’s Continued Focus on COVID-19 Aid Fraud Leads to New Charges, Convictions and Sentencings
Introducing the Fox Rothschild White-Collar Symposium.
Join us in Philadelphia on the afternoon of November 3rd to meet with like-minded leaders to discuss the nationwide issues impacting white-collar criminal defense…Continue Reading Join Us for Fox Rothschild’s Inaugural White-Collar Symposium on November 3
By Matthew D. Lee and Jonathan Wasser
The Internal Revenue Service plans to provide widespread penalty relief for the late filing of certain tax and information returns for the 2019…Continue Reading Internal Revenue Service Announces Sweeping Penalty Relief for 2019, 2020 Tax Returns
Matthew D. Lee authored the Bloomberg Tax article, “US Supreme Court to Settle Long-Disputed FBAR Penalty Issue.” View the full article.Continue Reading US Supreme Court to Settle Long-Disputed FBAR Penalty Issue
Brian Bernhardt Featured on The Confident Retirement Podcast, Speaking about his Tax Controversy and Tax Litigation Practice
A former trial attorney for the IRS, Fox Rothschild Counsel Brian Bernhardt has a unique perspective to offer clients facing tax controversies and litigation. In a chat with Kristopher Flammang…Continue Reading Brian Bernhardt Featured on The Confident Retirement Podcast, Speaking about his Tax Controversy and Tax Litigation Practice
Beginning with the 2022 tax year, Georgia residents may claim a $3,000 tax exemption on their Georgia state income tax return for each qualifying “unborn” child.
On August 1, 2022…Continue Reading Georgia Residents Eligible for $3,000 Tax Exemption for Each ‘Unborn’ Child
The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to resolve a dispute concerning the maximum applicable penalty for non-willful violations of the foreign bank account reporting statute. The Ninth and Fifth circuit…Continue Reading US Supreme Court to Review Non-willful FBAR Penalty
US Launches Nationwide Coordinated Law Enforcement Action to Combat Health Care-Related COVID-19 Fraud
As part of its ongoing effort to crack down on health care-related COVID-19 fraud, the U.S. Justice Department has launched a nationwide coordinated law enforcement action…Continue Reading US Launches Nationwide Coordinated Law Enforcement Action to Combat Health Care-Related COVID-19 Fraud
Vanessa R. Waldref, the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Washington, recently announced the creation of a new interagency COVID-19 Fraud Strike Force to combat…Continue Reading New Interagency COVID-19 Fraud Strike Force Intensifies Investigations of Pandemic Relief Loans