Jerald David August will lecture on "The Attorney-Client Privilege And Work Product Doctrine In Tax Controversies" at the American Law Institute Video Webcast

When a federal tax dispute arises, government officials often seek to obtain attorney-client communications such as letters, e-mails, and statements.

To protect potentially prejudicial, confidential information, tax practitioners need a strong understanding of how attorney-client privilege and the work product doctrine apply in federal tax investigations and which communications, documents, and/or oral testimony must be produced when a subpoena is issued. Mr. August will again present this topic for ALI-CLE which reviews the application of the attorney-client and federal tax practitioner-client privileges and the work product doctrine in connection with IRS audits, summons enforcement proceedings and litigation.

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December 15, 2017 at 12pm - 2:15pm
Video Webcast