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Capes Sokol’s White Collar Defense Attorneys to Participate in 2019 White Collar Crime Seminar

On April 10, 2019, Sanford J. Boxerman and Michelle F. Schwerin will present at the 2019 White Collar Crime Seminar. The event is co-hosted by the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis and the St. Louis Chapter of the Federal Bar Association.

Sanford J. Boxerman will be a panelist for a session titled, “Sentencing from All Angles,” and Michelle F. Schwerin is speaking on, “It Doesn’t End with Upjohn: Preserving Privilege and Other Ethical Considerations in Internal Investigations.”

Sara Neill, Sandy Boxerman, and Michelle Schwerin were members of the planning committee for the conference.

For additional information about the White Collar Crime Seminar, please visit the event page.

 

ABOUT THE SPEAKERS:

Sanford J. Boxerman is one of the founding shareholders of Capes Sokol. Sandy represents individuals and entities in white-collar criminal prosecutions, internal investigations, and criminal and civil tax matters. Sandy also counsels clients in the digital currency and Blockchain space, particularly with respect to regulatory and tax matters.

For additional information about Sandy, please visit his profile.

 

Sara G. Neill represents individuals and businesses in civil and criminal tax disputes involving the Internal Revenue Service, Department of Justice, and various state taxing authorities. Sara is currently the President-Elect of the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis and an adjunct professor of law in Washington University Law School’s Tax LL.M. program where she co-teaches Tax Fraud Prosecutions. She was recognized in both 2015 and 2018 as Best Lawyers’ St. Louis Tax Litigation and Controversy Lawyer of the Year.

For more information about Sara, please visit her profile.

 

Michelle F. Schwerin represents individuals and businesses in a variety of tax matters, including tax liability disputes, innocent spouse claims, claims for penalty abatement, refund claims and litigation, preparer and promoter penalty investigations and tax collection matters.  Michelle is an adjunct professor at Webster University, where she teaches in the Masters of Forensic Accounting program. She was recently recognized for the second consecutive year by The Best Lawyers in America for her work in Litigation and Controversy-Tax and named a Rising Star in the Missouri and Kansas Super Lawyers List in 2018.

For more information about Michelle, please visit her profile.

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