Neill Joins The Bar Plan’s Board Of Directors
The Bar Plan Mutual Insurance Company recently announced the addition of Sara Neill to their Board of Directors.
As a Shareholder at the law firm of Capes Sokol, Sara is Chair of the Civil and Criminal Tax Controversy and Litigation group. In her practice she represents individuals and businesses in civil and criminal federal and state tax matters involving the Internal Revenue Service and Missouri Department of Revenue.
Sara is the President-Elect of the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis, as well as a member of its St. Louis Attorneys Against Hunger Committee. Sara regularly lectures at meetings of the American Bar Association’s Taxation Section, and currently serves on its Civil and Criminal Tax Penalties Committee as Co-Chair of the Sub-Committee on Important Civil Developments and as member of the Appointments to the U.S. Tax Court Committee.
“Sara was nominated to our Board based on her significant business and tax law background,” said Karen McCarthy, President and CEO. “Her experience expands the legal talent on our Board; but also her active involvement with the legal community aligns perfectly with our mission at The Bar Plan.”
About the Bar Plan
The Bar Plan is unique among malpractice carriers with its services to the legal community including CLE seminars, risk management hotline and practice management services, along with its active participation in, and support of, Bar Associations in each of its markets. In conjunction with its subsidiary, The Bar Plan Surety and Fidelity Company, The Bar Plan also writes Court Bonds in all 50 states. All products and services offered by The Bar Plan are for the benefit of the legal community.
About Sara G. Neill
Sara G. Neill represents individuals and businesses in civil and criminal federal and state tax matters involving the Internal Revenue Service and Missouri and Illinois Departments of Revenue.
For more information about Sara, please visit her profile.
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