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Two district courts deny IRS access to taxpayer documents protected by attorney-client privilege and attorney work product doctrine.

USA - July 2 2013 Federal district courts in Minnesota and New Jersey recently sided with taxpayers who objected to disclosing sensitive documents to the IRS. The…

John P. Mitchell, Karen A. Denys, Monica Wahba, Vincent E. Gentile.

Appraisal performed under LLC operating agreement can be reviewed by court for factual and procedural flaws

USA - July 2 2013 The New Jersey Appellate Division has recently held that a court may review the appraisal performed under an LLC operating agreement to determine the…

John P. Mitchell, Karen A. Denys, Monica Wahba, Vincent E. Gentile.

Madoff’s victim’s estate not entitled to tax refund on alleged worthless asset

USA - July 2 2013 New Jersey's Appellate Division has overturned a Tax Court decision and held that the estate of a Madoff victim who died in 2006 may not claim a tax…

John P. Mitchell, Karen A. Denys, Monica Wahba, Vincent E. Gentile.

Amendments to New Jersey Statute limit shareholder derivative suits

USA - July 2 2013 On April 1, 2013, New Jersey's provisions governing shareholder derivative proceedings were significantly revised in an effort to make the state more…

John P. Mitchell, Karen A. Denys, Monica Wahba, Vincent E. Gentile.

Failure to retain tax and audit records may subject accountants to liability

USA - July 29 2010 Record retention is an important aspect of all fiduciary relationships, a truism that applies equally to accountants.