Neill to Present on Criminal Tax Enforcement at 2021 White Collar Crime Institute

On October 27th, Sara G. Neill, shareholder, will present at the American Bar Association’s 2021 National Institute on White Collar Crime. This year’s event will pay particular attention to the impact of COVID-19 and cover such topics as government initiatives and investigations to combat fraud related to the virus and new practices resulting from the virus.

IRS Undeterred: An Update on Criminal Tax Enforcement

Presentation Description:

While the world has been on pause, the IRS Fraud Enforcement Office and IRS Criminal Investigation have not missed a beat. Come hear from seasoned practitioners and IRS leadership about the latest in IRS fraud and criminal tax enforcement. Topics will include current priorities, fraud referrals, cross border collaborations, investigative tools, recent criminal tax prosecutions, and more.

The 36th annual event, presented by the ABA’s Center for Professional Development and Criminal Justice Sections, brings together the nation’s leading federal and state judges and prosecutors, law enforcement officials, defense attorneys, corporate in-house counsel and members of the academic community. The presenters represent the top members of the white collar bar in the United States and abroad.

For additional information about the 36th Annual National Institute on White Collar Crime, please click here.

Sara G. Neill

Sara represents clients in criminal tax investigations and prosecutions. In addition, she handles federal tax audits, administrative appeals and tax litigation. Sara has significant experience defending tax practitioners in audits, investigations, and matters involving the IRS Office of Professional Responsibility and State licensing boards.

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