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Megan L. Brackney participated in the panel titled "The New Partnership Audit Rules, Round 2 – After The Partnership Audit, How You And The IRS Fight It Out" at the ABA Section of Taxation 2018 Fall Tax Meeting

In Round 1, the Administrative Law Committee covered what will happen during the audit. In Round 2, Megan and fellow panelists discussed the Final Partnership Adjustment (“FPA”) and what options partnerships have following the end of the audit, including challenges to the adjustments in the FPA. She also discussed the assessment and collection of imputed underpayments and penalties under the new regime, including the operation of the push-out election.

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Bryan C. Skarlatos participated in the panel titled "Ethical Issues In Innocent Spouse Cases" at the ABA Section of Taxation 2018 Fall Tax Meeting

Innocent spouse cases present a myriad of ethical issues that practitioners must be aware of and carefully avoid. 

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Henry Stow Lovejoy moderated and participated in the panel titled "Banks And The International Provisions Of The Tax Cut And Jobs Act" at the ABA Section of Taxation 2018 Fall Tax Meeting

The panel discussed the effect of amended subpart F rules, global intangible low-taxed income (“GILTI”) inclusion, and the base erosion and anti-abuse tax (“BEAT”) on domestic and foreign banks. 

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Bryan C. Skarlatos participated in the panel titled "What Is APA's Role In Tax Administration" at the ABA Section of Taxation 2018 Fall Tax Meeting

This panel examined what practitioners should know about how the APA interacts with IRS decisions.

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Kostelanetz & Fink, LLP and the FBA Section On Taxation Hosted A Reception For Albert G. Lauber Of The United States Tax Court at the offices of Kostelanetz & Fink, LLP in New York, NY

This was an evening to socialize with the New York Tax community and meet Judge Lauber. The event was free - courtesy of the FBA Section on Taxation and Kostelanetz & Fink, LLP.

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Caroline D. Ciraolo participated in the panel titled "It’s Good To Know The Bad: Financial Crime And How To Counsel Clients" at the Annual Meeting of the American Bar Association's Business Law Section

This event included over 90 CLE programs covering all areas of business law and provided attendees with opportunities to connect and learn at substantive sessions as well as experience Austin at premier social events where attendees were able to network with over 1,600 business law professionals.

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Bryan C. Skarlatos quoted in "The IRS Is Still Coming For You, Offshore Tax Cheats", Wall Street Journal

Amnesty program to end Sept. 28, but agency’s broader crackdown on evasion will go on.

Hiding money from the U.S. government is a lot harder than it used to be.

On Sept. 28, the Internal Revenue Service will end its program allowing American tax cheats with secret offshore accounts to confess them and avoid prison. In a statement, the IRS said it’s closing the program because of declining demand.

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Caroline D. Ciraolo participated on a panel titled "Unexplained Wealth In The US: The USA Flexes Its Muscle" at the 36th International Symposium on Economic Crime

This panel was chaired by Mr. Ian M. Comisky, Partner, Fox Rothchild LLP, Philadelphia and former Assistant US Attorney, Southern District of Florida, USA.

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Caroline D. Ciraolo presented the keynote address "Hot, Questionable, And Secret Money" at the 36th International Symposium on Economic Crime

This panel was chaired by Mr Reginald Rhoda QC, Master of the Bench of the Inner Temple, former HM Attorney General for Gibraltar and currently Senior Counsel to the Government of Gibraltar.

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Michael Sardar spoke at the LIU Civil and Criminal Tax Controversy Forum

LIU Post's Civil & Criminal Tax Controversy Updates - 2018 was an annual event for private and government tax professionals to discuss current events and best practices in federal and New York State cases involving criminal and civil tax penalties and enforcement.

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