Tuesday, March 19, 2024

Recent Tax Enforcement Volume of DOJ Journal of Federal Law and Practice (3/19/24)

I recently discovered the recent Tax Volume of DOJ Journal of Federal Law and Practice, Vol. 71, number 4 here dedicated to Tax Enforcement. The following articles are in the volume (with page numbers indicated).

Recent Tax Volume of DOJ Journal of Federal Law and Practice (3/19/24)

  • Elissa Hart-Mahan, Restitution in Criminal Tax Cases: Common Pitfalls and Practical Strategies
  • Todd Ellinwood & Caryn Finley, Investigating Legal Source Income Tax Cases 23 
  • Howard J. Zlotnick, Twelve Rules for Presenting Accomplices 71 43 
  • Andrew H. Kahl, Follow That Lead! Obtaining and Using Tax Information in a Non-Tax Case, 47 
  • David Zisserson, Tax Fraud Involving COIVD-Relief Provisions 63 
  • Larry Wszalek & Stuart Wexler, Attorney-Client Privilege in the Context of Tax Preparation and Tax Planning 79 
  • Gregory S. Knapp & Joseph B. Syverson, Prosecuting Tax Obstruction under 26 U.S.C. 7212(a) 97 (2023)
  • Stanley J. Okula, Jr. & Matthew Hicks, Sentencing Advocacy in Criminal Tax Cases - Making the Government's Case for the Appropriate Sentence 109 
  • Katie Bagley & Melissa Siskind, A Fool for a Client: Legal and Practical Considerations When Facing Pro Se Defendants 129 
  • Sean Beaty & Wilson Stamm, A Taxing Dilemma: Navigating the Crime- Fraud Exception in Criminal Tax Cases 155 
  • Sarah Kiewlicz & Thomas F. Koelbl, Prosecuting Fraudulent Tax Return Preparers 175 
  • Kimberle E. Dodd & Nanette L. Davis, Gathering and Using Foreign Evidence in Tax Cases 199 
  • Jason Bergmann & Richard J. Markel, Monetary Claims Against the Government: When Are They Tax Refund Cases? 223 
  • Marie E. Wicks & Michael W. May, They Don't Make 'Em Like They Used to: Statutory Jurisdictional Requirements in the Age of the Clear-Statement Rule 241

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