Govig & Associates Incorporated et al v. United States of America et al
June 20, 2023
Internal Revenue Service guidance requiring the disclosure of potentially abusive benefit plans is not unlawfully vague, the government told an Arizona federal court, asking it to toss part of a lawsuit brought by a recruiting agency challenging penalties for failing to comply.
March 23, 2023
An Arizona federal judge tossed part of a recruiting agency's lawsuit challenging IRS guidance requiring the disclosure of potentially abusive benefit plans Thursday, deeming some of the claims untimely and concluding that a court decision invalidating the guidance didn't do so nationwide.
February 16, 2023
An Arizona federal court should reject a recruiting agency's bid to invalidate IRS guidance requiring the disclosure of certain potentially abusive employee benefit plans, the U.S. government said, arguing that a recent court decision setting aside the guidance doesn't have any bearing on the company's case.
September 15, 2022
An Arizona federal court should dismiss a recruiting firm's case seeking to undo an IRS requirement to disclose potentially abusive life insurance plans because the lawsuit is barred by a law prohibiting challenges to tax collection, the government said.
April 11, 2022
An Arizona federal court should set aside IRS guidance that requires the disclosure of certain potentially abusive life insurance arrangements to the agency, a recruiting agency said, saying an appeals court decision voiding the guidance justifies its case.