Communications between a client and attorney may be protected by attorney-client privilege. Communications between a tax practitioner and client are no exception. Attend this webcast to learn how attorney-client privilege and the work product doctrine apply in federal tax matters so you know which communications, documents, and/or oral testimony must be produced when a subpoena is issued.
Government officials involved in a federal tax controversy often seek to obtain attorney-client communications such as letters, e-mails, and statements. To protect potentially prejudicial, confidential information, you must be extremely knowledgeable on the application of attorney-client privilege and the work product doctrine to federal tax investigations.
On Thursday, December 4, 2014, Jerald David August presented at the American Law Institute CLE Webcast Event, "Attorney-Client Privilege and Work Product Doctrine in Tax Controversies"