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Advocate.comApril 1, 2013

The justices could duck DOMA by deciding they don't have the jurisdiction to rule because there's not a real dispute in the case (i.e. the Obama administration agrees with the district court ruling that found DOMA unconstitutional even though the ...more »

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RTApril 4, 2013

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IRS To Seek Info On US Accounts At Caribbean Bank
Huffington PostApril 30, 2013

An FCIB spokeswoman said the bank intended to "cooperate with authorities in accordance with the respective laws of all jurisdictions involved" and to comply with legal and regulatory requirements. The bank was working with Wells ... wealthy Americans ...more »

IRS Eyes US Accounts at Caribbean Bank - Moneynews
MoneynewsApril 30, 2013

The serving of 'John Doe' summons on correspondent accounts is likely to become more common as the government widens its tax inquiries beyond Switzerland, Luxembourg and Liechtenstein, said William Sharp, a lawyer who represents taxpayers.more »

IRS eyes US accounts at Caribbean bank
Yahoo! NewsApril 30, 2013

(Reuters) - The Justice Department said on Tuesday that a federal court had authorized the Internal Revenue Service to seek information on U.S. taxpayers who may have accounts at Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce FirstCaribbean International Bank ...more »

IRS eyes US accounts at Caribbean bank
ReutersApril 30, 2013

The serving of 'John Doe' summons on correspondent accounts is likely to become more common as the government widens its tax inquiries beyond Switzerland, Luxembourg and Liechtenstein, said William Sharp, a lawyer who represents taxpayers.more »

IRS Seeks Records of Suspected US Tax Evaders Tied to Caribbean Bank
Fox BusinessApril 30, 2013

Law enforcement officials revealed Tuesday that the Internal Revenue Service is seeking bank records for U.S. taxpayers suspected of hiding accounts at Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce's FirstCaribbean International Bank, opening up a new front in ...more »

US taxpayer Caribbean accounts targeted: Justice Department
Yahoo! NewsApril 30, 2013

In a move resembling a recent IRS inquiry into Americans with Swiss bank accounts, the Justice Department said a court order would let the IRS serve a 'John Doe' summons seeking records of FCIB's U.S. correspondent account at Wells Fargo & Co. ... The ...more »

US taxpayer Caribbean accounts targeted: Justice Department
ReutersApril 30, 2013

In a declaration filed to the court, a senior IRS revenue agent said many FCIB customers in the John Doe class may have been under-reporting income, evading income taxes, or otherwise violating the internal revenue laws of the United States. The FCIB ...more »

Employer Plays Important Role In Work Comp Fraud Prevention
WorkersCompensation.com (press release) (blog)April 30, 2013

Author: Attorney Theodore Ronca is a practicing lawyer from Aquebogue, NY. He is a frequent writer and speaker, and has represented employers in the areas of workers' compensation, Social Security disability, employee disability plans and subrogation ...more »

US Offering Free JFK-MIA Flights To Swiss Bankers It Would Like To Have A ...
DealBreakerApril 30, 2013

“Most have resisted applying to enter the IRS's limited-amnesty compliance program because they fear the ramifications in Russia,” Mr. Sharp said. He added there is a tax treaty between the U.S. and Russia allowing for ... The arrest is seen by some in ...more »

US Widens Hunt for Offshore Accounts
Wall Street JournalApril 30, 2013

Scott Michel, a lawyer with Caplin & Drysdale in Washington, said the new summons shows how the IRS has gathered data from its limited-amnesty program for taxpayers confessing their secret accounts. As a condition of entry into the program—which ...more »

IRS Fight Against Tax Havens Takes Sequester Hit
Huffington PostApril 30, 2013

Paltry IRS funding, with sequester budget cuts, means that going after tax cheats is harder than ever. Hosted by: Marc Lamont Hill. GUESTS INCLUDE: ... But has $10 million in Lawyer fees. marissa_emily April 30, 2013 14:27 [BigDWL], I don't know much ...more »

Mark Seibel's battle with meth, money, madness
Real AspenApril 30, 2013

In 2010, the name of the “social welfare” group was changed to ATP by a lawyer for Hackstaff Gessler (pdf), the former law firm of Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler. ... The office of the Montana Commissioner of Political Practices is ...more »

Portland judge sends high rolling Las Vegas oxycodone dealer to long stretch ...
OregonLive.comApril 30, 2013

"This is the largest oxycodone trafficking conspiracy ever prosecuted in Oregon, and one of the largest in the nation," Amanda Marshall, the U.S. attorney for Oregon, said in a statement. The pills have a high addiction rate, ... When IRS agents pored ...more »

Willie Nelson, Who Saved His Career And His House With The IRS Tapes, Turns ...
ForbesApril 30, 2013

And while he has lots of albums that he may credit with boosting his career, he has one that he can credit with saving it: Who'll Buy My Memories? (The I.R.S. Tapes). That album was recorded as part of an unusual settlement with the government to pay ...more »

Fall TV pilot list: Which will get series orders?
Entertainment WeeklyApril 30, 2013

Follows the chaotic and comedic life of criminal defense lawyer. Brilliant, frustratingly charming, and with zero filter, Keegan is one of life's great addicts. In addition to Keegan's cases within the justice system, the show follows his personal ...more »

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