Michael Gregory Institute: Federal Tax Litigation and Expert Witnesses

Description

From Mike’s background as an expert witness in U.S. Tax Court, having managed a specialist litigation support team with typically a dozen cases docketed for court at any one time, having overseen both internal IRS and external experts being brought into litigation to support the IRS, and now in the private sector having critiqued expert witness reports and assisted clients in litigation, this session explores a host of issues relating to this topic.

Course Type

On-line Self Study Learning

CPE Credit

2.00 hours CPE credit

Instructor

Michael A. Gregory

Field of Study

Taxation

Level of Knowledge

All Levels

Designed For

CPAs

Vendor

Kansas Society of CPAs

Prerequisites

None

Advanced Preparation - Download electronic materials and review

Highlights

  • Some of the key rules of practice and procedure
  • Understanding the IRS and issue resolution process
  • Expert witnesses in the IRS
  • Two internal white papers at the IRS on expert witnesses
  • Example lessons learned from a specific case
  • Common errors to avoid
  • Strategies, testimony and concerns
  • Excluding experts
  • What to do when disaster strikes

Objectives


Attendees will be able to take away valuable insight regarding being an expert witness, working with expert witnesses and critiquing expert witnesses to assist them with any of these types of issues related to the federal court system. Lessons learned here can apply to any expert in any legal venue.

Location

N/A (This is a webcast)
Member Fee $80.00
Non-Member Fee $80.00
Your Price $80.00
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