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Caroline Rule quoted in Tax Analysts, Tax Notes Today, December 22, 2010

 Caroline Rule quoted in Tax Analysts, Tax Notes Today, December 22, 2010, ,  , "Deutsche Bank Admits Tax Shelter Wrongdoing:  Will Pay $550 Million to U.S." 

Caroline Rule quoted in Tax Analysts, Tax Notes Today, December 22, 2010

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Bryan C. Skarlatos quoted in Tax Analysts, Tax Notes Today

Bryan C. Skarlatos quoted in Tax Analysts, Tax Notes Today, "IRS Whistleblower Office Reports High Submissions, Omits Controversial Issues" -- "In its annual report submitted to Congress December 13, the IRS Whistleblower Office said that out of over 5,000 cases it received in fiscal 2009, 460 cases might qualify for a higher pay-out amount under a new framework, but it failed to acknowledge several sensitive issues that have not been resolved."

Bryan C. Skarlatos quoted in Tax Analysts, Tax Notes Today

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Scared Straight' Comes to Wall Street, Amy Walsh interviewed by Peter J. Henning of the New York Times/Dealbook

The White Collar Watch columnist, Peter J. Henning, speaks to Amy Walsh, a former prosecutor, about the recent insider trading inquiry into hedge funds. Is the government’s extraordinary use of manpower and technology an effort to keep financial professionals looking over their shoulders?

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Bryan C. Skarlatos quoted in Dow Jones Newswires, "Getting Started: Tax Advice A Sticky Wicket"

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Bryan C. Skarlatos quoted extensively in the Financial Times

Financial Times, "Compliance: IRS pushes banks to put pressure on tax evaders," by Jane Croft

Bryan C. Skarlatos quoted extensively in the Financial Times

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Amy Walsh listed in New York Super Lawyers (2010)


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Jerald David August Presented at the American Law Institute CLE Video Webcast Event, “Offshore Tax Evasion & Bank Secrecy Update”

On Monday, September 13, 2010, Jerald David August presented at the American Law Institute CLE Webcast Event, “Offshore Tax Evasion & Bank Secrecy Update”

The Department of Justice and the Internal Revenue Service are continuing to actively pursue those individuals and persons who have violated U.S. law under the FBAR reporting requirements as well as under the Internal Revenue Code, both from a criminal and civil penalty perspective. The program will feature insights from government officials leading this effort as well as nationally prominent tax lawyers who have experience in advising clients on such matters as well as international tax and wealth planning matters.

 

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Bryan C. Skarlatos quoted in the Wall Street Journal


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Brian C. Wille quoted in Reuters


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Bryan C. Skarlatos quoted in the Wall Street Journal


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