Presentations

What Non-Tax Lawyers Should Know about the IRS

Date
November 22, 2011
Location
Blank Rome, LLP
Address
The Chrysler Building, 405 Lexington Ave. (@ 42nd St.), New York, New York
Speakers
Lawrence S. Horn, Richard J. Sapinski
Sponsor
New York Women's Bar Association
Description

This program hosted by the Business Law, Taxation & Bankruptcy Committee and Matrimonial and Family Law Committee of the New York Women's Bar Association will cover:
• What non-tax lawyers should know about the structure of the IRS, what offenses it investigates, and how it conducts investigations
• The Accountant-Client Privilege: Does one really exist?
• The danger of cash transactions for the client, attorney and CPA
• The Innocent Spouse Doctrine from both a civil and criminal perspective