Our Publications

Practitioner Penalties: Potential Pitfalls in the Tax Trenches

Charles Rettig, Esq.

Tax Analysts Tax Notes April 2009

Counseling Corporations Involved in Government Investigations and the Principles of Federal Prosecution of Business Organizations

Charles Rettig, Esq.
Steven Toscher, Esq.
Dennis Perez, Esq.
Edward M. Robbins, Jr., Esq.

Corporate Business Taxation Monthly February 2009

United States v. Stein: The Second Circuit Affirms

Charles Rettig, Esq.
Kathryn Keneally, Esq.

Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure October -November 2008

Estate Planners as Return Preparers

Charles Rettig, Esq.

CCH Estate Planning Review July 2008

Estate Planners as Return Preparers: Increased Penalty Exposure and the New Proposed Regulations

Charles Rettig, Esq.

CCH Financial and Estate Planning July 2008

Lichtenstein Accounts, German Spies and Now the IRS?

Charles Rettig, Esq.
Kathryn Keneally, Esq.

Journal of Tax Practice & Procedure June 2008-July 2008

FBAR Enforcement – Five Years Later

Steven Toscher, Esq.
Michel R. Stein, Esq.

Journal of Tax Practice & Procedure June 2008-July 2008

Supreme Court Emphasizes Limits on Criminal Tax Enforcement: The Boulware Decision

Charles P. Rettig, Esq.
Kathryn Keneally, Esq.

Journal of Tax Practice & Procedure April 2008-May 2008

Worker Classification: IRS Launches Questionable Employment Tax Practice Initiative

Charles P. Rettig, Esq.
Kathryn Keneally, Esq.

Journal of Tax Practice & Procedure February 2008-March 2008

Sentencing Discretion in Criminal Tax Cases – Where We Have Been and Where We Are

Steven Toscher Esq.

Journal of Tax Practice & Procedure December 2007-January 2008

Textron: Careful Reasoning for a Challenging Issue

Charles P. Rettig, Esq.
Kathryn Keneally, Esq.

Journal of Tax Practice & Procedure December 2007-January 2008