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ABA Tax Section Admin Practice Monthly Zoom

Andrew Weiner will discuss the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent ruling in Corner Post, Inc. v. Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System at the ABA Tax Section Admin Practice Monthly Zoom meeting on July 17, 2024. The ruling in Corner Post addressed the time period in which plaintiffs may challenge agency action.

Law360 Quotes Andrew Weiner On Economic Substance Doctrine

Andrew Weiner was quoted in a Law360 article published June 6, 2024 titled “Win May Embolden IRS Use Of Economic Substance Doctrine.” The article described how the common-law economic substance doctrine has evolved and how a recent Liberty Global lawsuit has highlighted controversy created in the interpretation of the doctrine.

Kostelanetz Files Amicus Brief in U.S. Tax Court

Kostelanetz LLP has filed an amicus brief on behalf of the Center for Taxpayer Rights in support of petitioner Philip G. Groves in Groves v. Commissioner, T.C. No. 9974-22L, a case involving the IRS’s assessment of tax penalties. The petitioner is challenging penalty liability on the ground that the IRS

American Bar Association Tax Section 2024 Midyear Tax Meeting

Kostelanetz attorneys will participate in a variety of panels and presentations at the American Bar Association Tax Section’s 2024 Midyear Tax Meeting in San Francisco, CA on January 18-20, 2024. Thursday, January 18, 2024 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM (PST): Andrew Weiner participates in a panel titled “Equitable Tolling and

Not Just Asking: IRS Audits in Theory and Practice

Jay R. Nanavati and Andrew Weiner present on a panel at the Maryland Association of CPAs 2023 Advanced Tax Institute on November 7, 2023. Event Description: This panel demystifies the audit process and prepares you for the next time your client receives a dreaded IRS audit letter. You will learn

Payroll Tax Evasion Notice Suggests FinCEN’s New Focus

By Andrew Weiner and Jay R. Nanavati Law360 September 6, 2023 On Aug. 15, the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network within the U.S. Department of the Treasury issued Notice FIN-2023-NTC1 to advise U.S. financial institutions of the need to report payroll tax evasion and workers’ compensation fraud involving shell companies prevalent