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Michael Sardar Participates In A Panel Entitled “Virtual Proceedings in the Digital Age (Part 2): Litigation in District and Appellate Courts” At The FBA Tax Conference

On March 5, 2021, Michael Sardar participates in a panel entitled "Virtual Proceedings in the Digital Age (Part 2): Litigation in District and Appellate Courts" at the FBA Tax Conference. Description: This panel will discuss practice tips and techniques for navigating virtual proceedings, including remote depositions, oral arguments, and trials

Michael Sardar Participates In A Panel Entitled “Keep It Between Us: Recent Developments in Attorney/Client and Tax Practitioner Privileges and Work Product Protections in Tax Cases” At The FBA Tax Conference

On March 4, 2021, Michael Sardar participates in a panel entitled "Keep it Between Us: Recent Developments in Attorney/Client and Tax Practitioner Privileges and Work Product Protections in Tax Cases" at the FBA Tax Conference. Description: As lawyers and tax practitioners, when we correspond with our clients, or prepare for

Michael Sardar Presents “Nobody Is Perfect: How Sure Do You Need to Be When Taking a Position on a Return” At The 22nd Baruch College Estate, Tax, And Finance Planning Conference

On December 1, 2020, Michael Sardar presents “Nobody Is Perfect: How Sure Do You Need to Be When Taking a Position on a Return” at the 22nd Baruch College Estate, Tax, and Finance Planning Conference. Description: This course covers the tax reporting standards applicable to taxpayers and practitioners and review

Michael Sardar Participates In A Panel Entitled “What Does The IRS Have? How To Make A Freedom Of Information Act (FOIA) Request And Why” At The IRS Representation Conference

On November 19, 2020, Michael Sardar participates in a panel entitled “What Does the IRS Have? How to Make a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Request and Why” as part of the IRS Representation Conference’s Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic Workshop. Panel information: Maybe the client was audited, has been assessed a

Pro Bono Spotlight: IRS Virtual Settlement Days, Part 2

As part of Kostelanetz & Fink’s commitment to pro bono work and giving back to the tax community, K&F partners Megan Brackney, Yoram Keinan, Bryan Skarlatos, and Michael Sardar were proud to participate in the most recent IRS Virtual Settlement Conferences in coordination with the IRS’s Office of Chief Counsel on July 28 and 30,