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Obligation to Report Tax-Related Misconduct

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Obligation to Report Tax-Related Misconduct
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Is there an ethical or legal obligation upon attorneys and/or judges to report tax misconduct such as fraud, false verification, etc. of the parties? Explore the obligations imposed upon the courts and the attorneys when there is evidence of tax-related misconduct and developing trends in that area.

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  • Total Credit Hours:
  • 1.25 | 1.25 ethics
  • Credit Info
  • TX, CA
  • Specialization: Tax Law
  • TX MCLE credit expires: 1/31/2021

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1. Obligation to Report Tax-Related Misconduct (Jan 2020)

Frank Agostino, Daniel Fannin, Marilea W. Lewis

1.25 1.25 0.00 1.25 | 1.25 ethics
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Session 1 — 77 mins, credit 1.25 | 1.25 ethics
Obligation to Report Tax-Related Misconduct (Jan 2020)

Is there an ethical or legal obligation upon attorneys and/or judges to report tax misconduct such as fraud, false verification, etc. of the parties? Explore the obligations imposed upon the courts and the attorneys when there is evidence of tax-related misconduct and developing trends in that area.

Originally presented at: Dec 2019 Taxation Conference

Frank Agostino, Agostino & Associates, P.C. - Hackensack, NJ
Daniel Fannin, Internal Revenue Service, Criminal Investigation - Austin, TX
Marilea W. Lewis, Duffee + Eitzen - Dallas, TX

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