NEW YORK (September 29, 2022) – New York Metro Super Lawyers has selected 11 Kostelanetz & Fink attorneys for inclusion on its 2022 list, recognizing the firm’s experience and skill in the areas of Tax, Criminal Defense: White Collar, and Business Litigation. Super Lawyers describes itself as a “rating service of outstanding
On May 24, 2022, Christopher M. Ferguson teaches a course entitled, “Walking on Eggshells: How to Handle An Eggshell Audit” for the CPA Academy. CLE and CPE credit is offered for this event. Course Description: An IRS audit can be a harrowing experience under any circumstances. When there is the risk
On April 29, 2022, Christopher M. Ferguson participates in a panel entitled, “So Your Client Wants to Pay You in Cryptocurrency…” for the Graduate Tax Program at New York Law School’s 19th Annual Tax Lawyering Workshop: Tax Practice In A Changing World. The program meets virtually via Zoom and offers
An overview of the current options in place for those US taxpayers who have not complied with return filings and/or information disclosures, recent activities/focus by the IRS on enforcement, and traps for the unwary. Click here for more information
On July 28, 2020, Christopher M. Ferguson conducts a CLE on CARES Act Enforcement with Celesq® AttorneysEd Center in partnership with Thompson/Reuters (West). With the passage of the CARES Act, Congress launched an unprecedented, multi-trillion stimulus package into the economy at break-neck speed in order to address the coronavirus pandemic.
In the third segment of a three-part series entitled, “Rescuing the Rescuer,” K&F partner, Christopher M. Ferguson, joins Dov Tuzman on the radio show, Equal Footing with Dov Tuzman, to discuss the emotional and psychological toll on lawyers when they are unable to “save” their client or achieve justice for
By Christopher M. Ferguson CPA Journal August/September 2021 Faced with shrinking budgets and resources, for more than a decade the IRS has been forced to do more with less. It has responded by turning to big data analytics. In recent years, the IRS has amassed massive amounts of taxpayer data