Law360, New York (June 17, 2016, 5:40 PM EDT) -- The language of tax law can be quite dry for even the most passionate practitioners, and for otherwise sophisticated business clients and judges outside of Tax Court it can be as indecipherable as it is wearying.
Attorneys and accountants frequently have to explain the effects of various technical terms to people without a tax background, and it is crucial that their writing be clear and accurate to avoid disputes and ensure compliance with complicated rules and regulations.
"Tax law is a foreign language, so you have to do some translation if you're putting it into written documents," Stephen Ziobrowski of Day...
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