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  1. October 03, 2022

    Justices To Review Firm's Bid To Shield Client Tax Comms

    The U.S. Supreme Court said Monday it will consider a law firm's bid to shield client communications from grand jury subpoenas seeking documents on its tax advice in a case concerning the scope of attorney-client privilege over mixed-use legal advice.

  2. August 03, 2022

    High Court Urged To Skip Firm's Bid To Shield Client Comms

    The U.S. Supreme Court shouldn't review a law firm's bid to shield from subpoenas client communications concerning the tax implications of expatriation, the federal government said, arguing the case isn't an ideal vehicle for clarifying the scope of attorney-client privilege.

  3. July 15, 2022

    Federal Tax Cases To Watch In The Second Half Of 2022

    Over the second half of 2022, courts will wade into challenges involving tax administrative law, whether a law firm's mixed client communications are privileged and the potential release of the former president's financial records to congressional committees. Here, Law360 reviews federal tax litigation to watch for the remainder of the year.

  4. June 01, 2022

    Chamber, Groups Tell Justices To Back Firm In Privilege Case

    The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and legal groups Wednesday urged the U.S. Supreme Court to find a tax law firm's communications are protected by attorney-client privilege, saying a Ninth Circuit ruling to the contrary risks eroding the bedrock legal principle.

  5. May 02, 2022

    Tax Law Firm Urges High Court To Shield Client Messages

    An unnamed law firm that focuses on international tax law asked the U.S. Supreme Court to review a Ninth Circuit ruling holding that the firm must comply with a subpoena for attorney-client communications about tax advice for an unnamed, criminally-charged client, according to a petition for certiorari unsealed Monday.