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Caroline D. Ciraolo Moderates A Panel Entitled “Blurred Lines—The Edge of Civil and Criminal Tax Enforcement” For The Virtual 22nd Annual U.S. And Europe Tax Practice Trends Conference

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Caroline D. Ciraolo Moderates A Panel Entitled “Blurred Lines—The Edge of Civil and Criminal Tax Enforcement” For The Virtual 22nd Annual U.S. And Europe Tax Practice Trends Conference

March 31 @ 10:45 am - 12:00 pm

On March 31, 2022, Caroline D. Ciraolo moderates a panel entitled “Blurred Lines—The Edge of Civil and Criminal Tax Enforcement” for the Virtual 22nd Annual U.S. and Europe Tax Practice Trends Conference.

Description:

With the increased focus on shrinking the tax gap and combatting abusive tax transactions, the line between tax avoidance and tax evasion continues to fade. When does strategic tax planning cross the line into intentional violations of known legal duties? Does it really come down to lying, cheating, and stealing? Panelists from England, Germany, France, Italy, and the United States discuss current civil and criminal tax enforcement priorities, including COVID stimulus schemes, cum ex transactions, and wilful attempts to hide permanent establishments, the impact of whistleblowers, and recent criminal investigations and prosecutions. CLE credits are offered for this event.

Moderator:

Panelists:

  • Jeffrey A. Neiman, Partner, Marcus Neiman Rashbaum & Pineiro LLP
  • Raul-Angelo Papotti, Chiomenti
  • Alice Rousseau – Alice Rousseau Avocats
  • Polly Sprenger, Partner, Global Investigations, Addleshaw Goddard LLP
  • Sabine Stetter, Managing Partner, Stetter Attorneys at Law

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