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Identify procedures, policies, and strategies involved in resolving difficult tax controversy issues. Recognize positions held by federal government, judiciary and tax practitioners on how to resolve tax controversy. Determine ways to more effectively handle tax litigation cases by understanding topical issues impacting this practice area and learning from leaders in this practice area.
Phases of tax controversy/tax litigation. Voluntary disclosure.
Working knowledge of tax litigation and tax controversy issues.
Tax Attorneys, Accountants, CPAs, Enrolled Agents, Financial Advisors, Tax and Corporate Professionals, Accounting/Tax & Law Students
In addition to his law practice, Mr. Toscher has served as an adjunct professor at the USC Marshall School of Business since 1995, where he teaches tax procedure. He has also served on the faculty of the American Bar Association Criminal Tax Fraud Program since 1998. He is a former internal revenue agent with the IRS and a trial attorney with the Tax Division of the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington, D.C., where he received its Outstanding Attorney Award.
Mr. Toscher is a frequent lecturer to professional groups and author on civil and criminal tax controversy topics. He is frequent contributor to the Los Angles Lawyer, The Journal of Tax Practice and Procedure and Tax Management Bureau of National Affairs.