Bankrupt Retailer Sues Rose Snyder Over $2.9M Tax Refund

Law360, New York (May 13, 2014, 3:32 PM ET) -- The owner of a chain of wireless retail stores sued Los Angeles-based accounting firm Rose Snyder & Jacobs LLC on Friday over the firm's alleged bad advice and intentional misguidance on a $3 million tax refund and Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing.

Bernard “Skip” Kozacik said Rose Snyder and one of its accountants, Alan Kazden, intentionally misled him about Recomm Wireless's eligibility for a huge telecommunications tax refund. Kozacik argued that if he had been able to take advantage of the refund, his company would not have...
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