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Superseding Indictment for Former Harvard Chair on Tax and FBAR Crimes (7/29/20)

DOJ announced here the superseding indictment for tax-related crimes of Dr. Charles Lieber, the former Chair of Harvard University’s Chemistry and Chemical Biology Department.  See also  James S. Bikales and Kevin R. Chen, Former Chemistry Chair Lieber Indicted on Four Additional Felonies for Tax Offenses (Harvard Crimson 7/28/20), here.  The prior indictment was for making […]

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The Unspotted Issue in an Audit; Ethics and Crimes (7/24/20)

In an ABA Tax Section Court Procedure Virtual meeting on Wednesday, there was a one-hour discussion of ethical issues in handling a matter in the Tax Court.  The participants in the discussion were: • Judge L. Paige Marvel, United States Tax Court, Washington, D.C.• Elizabeth G. Chirich, Chief, Branch 1, Procedure & Administration, IRS Office […]

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The Unspotted Issue in an Audit; Ethics and Crimes (7/24/20; 7/28/20)

In an ABA Tax Section Court Procedure Virtual meeting on Wednesday, there was a one-hour discussion of ethical issues in handling a matter in the Tax Court.  The participants in the discussion were: • Judge L. Paige Marvel, United States Tax Court, Washington, D.C.• Elizabeth G. Chirich, Chief, Branch 1, Procedure & Administration, IRS Office […]

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The Unspotted Issue in an Audit; Ethics and Crimes (7/24/20; 7/29/20)

In an ABA Tax Section Court Procedure Virtual meeting on Wednesday, there was a one-hour discussion of ethical issues in handling a matter in the Tax Court.  The participants in the discussion were: • Judge L. Paige Marvel, United States Tax Court, Washington, D.C.• Elizabeth G. Chirich, Chief, Branch 1, Procedure & Administration, IRS Office […]

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The Unspotted Issue in an Audit; Ethics and Crimes (7/24/20; 8/2/20)

In an ABA Tax Section Court Procedure Virtual meeting on Wednesday, there was a one-hour discussion of ethical issues in handling a matter in the Tax Court.  The participants in the discussion were: • Judge L. Paige Marvel, United States Tax Court, Washington, D.C.• Elizabeth G. Chirich, Chief, Branch 1, Procedure & Administration, IRS Office […]