| April 30, 2012  

Focus on Tax Controversy and Litigation (Volume V, Issue 2)

In this issue:

  • Supreme Court Rules for Taxpayer in Home Concrete
  • IRS Announces Economic Substance Advice Procedures
  • Commissioner Shulman Discusses Compliance and Enforcement
  • IRS Will Address Inadequate Uncertain Tax Position Descriptions Through “Soft Contacts” with Taxpayers
  • Swiss Court Rejects IRS Request for Information on Credit Suisse Accounts
  • $16 Million Forfeited in Connection with Indictment of Switzerland’s Oldest Private Bank
  • Tax Court Declines to Vacate, Reconsider Earlier Decision in So-Called ‘DAD’ Transaction

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