BREAKING: Judges Will Not Consider IRS Summons for Company’s Client List

By Amy Lee Rosen (Oct 4, 2021, 10:39 a.m. EDT) – The United States Supreme Court on Monday refused to consider a law firm’s challenge to an IRS summons from John Doe seeking the identity of clients that the agency believed to have used the company’s advice to hide overseas income.

The United States Supreme Court will not review rulings that will allow the Internal Revenue Service to obtain a list of a law firm’s clients as part of an investigation into suspected tax evasion. (AP Photo / Mark Tenally) The High Court has left in place a Fifth Circuit ruling allowing the Internal Revenue Service to issue a subpoena to obtain the list of clients of law firm Taylor Lohmeyer PLLC. This decision,…

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