Criminal Tax

21
Feb

The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals Reverses Tax Court Ruling on Intervention in USVI Cases

On February 20, 2014, the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit released an opinion allowing the Government of the United States Virgin Islands (“USVI”) to intervene in three cases consolidated for appeal.  The Eleventh Circuit reversed the U.S. Tax Court’s denial of the USVI’s motions to intervene in the three cases. In each case, the taxpayers, each of

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25
May

Government Plans to Subpoena Accountants Engaged in Kovel Arrangements

Attorneys are not always fluent in accounting.  Thus, accountants are often retained by a client’s attorney to assist them in rendering advice to the client.  In the seminal case United States v. Kovel, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals held that communications made by a client to an accountant retained by his attorney will be shielded under the attorney-client privilege. The

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