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Caroline D. Ciraolo Participates In A Panel Entitled “In The Eye of the Beholder: When Does a Civil Tax Case Move to a Criminal Tax Investigation?” At The 40th Annual Florida Bar Tax Section International Tax Conference

On January 14, 2022, Caroline D. Ciraolo participates in a panel entitled “In The Eye of the Beholder: When Does a Civil Tax Case Move to a Criminal Tax Investigation?” at the 40th Annual Florida Bar Tax Section International Tax Conference. Description: The IRS puts the current gross tax gap

Caroline D. Ciraolo Participates In A Panel Entitled “Getting To ‘No’: What Works and What Doesn’t Work to Get the IRS and DOJ to Decline Prosecution” At The ABA’s 38th Annual Criminal Tax Fraud Institute And 11th Annual Civil Tax Controversy Institute

On December 9, 2021, Caroline D. Ciraolo participates in a panel entitled “Getting To ‘No’: What Works and What Doesn’t Work to Get the IRS and DOJ to Decline Prosecution” at the ABA’s 38th Annual Criminal Tax Fraud Institute and 11th Annual Civil Tax Controversy Institute. Description: The surest way

Caroline D. Ciraolo Participates In A PLI Panel Entitled “Balancing Tax Planning, Advocacy, and Professional Ethics: The Rules that Every Tax Advisor Should Know”

On December 3, 2021, Caroline D. Ciraolo participates in a panel entitled “Balancing Tax Planning, Advocacy, and Professional Ethics: The Rules that Every Tax Advisor Should Know” for “Tax Strategies for Corporate Acquisitions, Dispositions, Spin-Offs, Joint Ventures, Financings, Reorganizations & Restructurings 2021” hosted by the Practising Law Institute (PLI). Description:

Caroline D. Ciraolo Participates In A Panel Entitled “International Criminal Tax Enforcement” At The First Annual Freeman Law International Tax Symposium

On November 19, 2021, Caroline D. Ciraolo participates in a panel entitled “International Criminal Tax Enforcement” at the First Annual Freeman Law International Tax Symposium. Description: The event features a host of leading experts from across the world—including distinguished tax practitioners and government officials from the United States, Mexico, Brazil,

Caroline D. Ciraolo Participates In A Panel Entitled “Foreign Forms 101: The Forms Every Practitioner Should be Familiar With” At The IRS Representation Conference

On November 18, 2021, Caroline D. Ciraolo participates in a panel entitled “Foreign Forms 101: The Forms Every Practitioner Should be Familiar With” at the IRS Representation Conference. Description: With IRS enforcement around foreign assets and reporting continuing, and more and more taxpayers having reporting requirements, The IRS Representation Conference