Scott Michel and Cono Namorato to Speak at The 26th Annual National Institute on Criminal Tax Fraud

Description: The 2009 National Institute on Criminal Tax Fraud will meet this fall for the 26th consecutive year. This year the Institute will continue to focus on a number of important emerging areas:

* The government's continued efforts to obtain offshore bank records through expansion of treaties & John Doe summons
* The IRS's increased use of money laundering charges, forfeitures and asset freezes
* The continuing controversy regarding the application of the federal sentencing guidelines

In addition, the program also will provide an annual general review of nuts-and-bolts techniques for responding to a criminal tax fraud investigation. For more information, please click here.


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