Sharon L. McCarthy Presented "Problems for Future Litigation" at Current Issues In Federal Criminal Tax

In this seminar, an experienced panel of criminal tax practitioners discussed a range of topics at the cutting edge of criminal tax law. The panel presented new issues and new analysis of previously settled issues.

TOPICS INCLUDED:

  • Litigating the Required Records Exception to the Fifth Amendment Privilege
  • The Economic Substance Doctrine: Past and Future Litigation
  • Fraud By Retail Tax Preparers: Trying the Criminal Case
  • DOJ's Investigation and Prosecution of Off-Shore Banking: Implications for Third-Party Clients
  • Accounting Violations as Criminal Law

Throughout the presentation, the panel highlighted lessons and insights all practitioners can benefit from. Although subject matter was criminal tax prosecutions and investigations, much of the discussion and analysis was of interest to criminal law practitioners generally.


 Faculty

SHARON L. MCCARTHY

Kostelanetz & Fink LLP

 

ALEXANDRA A.E. SHAPIRO

Shapiro Arato LLP

 

JEREMY H. TEMKIN

Morvillo Abramowitz Grand Iason & Anello P.C.

 

MICHAEL D. WEIL

Attorney

Federal Defenders of New York

Eastern District of New York


SPONSORING ASSOCIATION COMMITTEE

Personal Income Tax | Fran Obeid, Chair