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June 3, 2019

Plaintiff in Americans with Disabilities Act Lawsuits Indicted

Posted by Daniel Layton on 06/03/2019. An indictment is merely a charging document and a defendant who is indicted is presumed innocent until proven guilty. The […]
June 2, 2019

Can an Unrecorded Grant Deed Defeat a Later IRS Tax Lien?

Can an Unrecorded Grant Deed Defeat a Later IRS Tax Lien? Yes, an unrecorded grant deed can defeat a later federal IRS tax lien, but there […]
May 29, 2019

No Prison Sentence for Defendant Who Pleaded Guilty to False Return Omitting Millions in Foreign Accounts

In October of 2018, Elie Waknine pleaded guilty to filing a false tax return omitting foreign accounts. Per the original DOJ press release (here): According to […]
May 1, 2019

Am I Entitled to a Jury in an IRS Tax Lien Foreclosure Action?

Am I Entitled to a Jury in an IRS Tax Lien Foreclosure Action? No, a jury demand is not proper for a federal tax lien foreclosure […]
April 2, 2019

Salinas Woman Sentenced to 5 Years for Tax Conspiracy and Bank Fraud

In a recent press release, the U.S. Department of Justice reported that a Salinas woman was sentenced to 60 months on conspiracy and bank fraud charges. […]
June 3, 2019

Plaintiff in Americans with Disabilities Act Lawsuits Indicted

Posted by Daniel Layton on 06/03/2019. An indictment is merely a charging document and a defendant who is indicted is presumed innocent until proven guilty. The […]
June 2, 2019

Can an Unrecorded Grant Deed Defeat a Later IRS Tax Lien?

Can an Unrecorded Grant Deed Defeat a Later IRS Tax Lien? Yes, an unrecorded grant deed can defeat a later federal IRS tax lien, but there […]
May 29, 2019

No Prison Sentence for Defendant Who Pleaded Guilty to False Return Omitting Millions in Foreign Accounts

In October of 2018, Elie Waknine pleaded guilty to filing a false tax return omitting foreign accounts. Per the original DOJ press release (here): According to […]
May 1, 2019

Am I Entitled to a Jury in an IRS Tax Lien Foreclosure Action?

Am I Entitled to a Jury in an IRS Tax Lien Foreclosure Action? No, a jury demand is not proper for a federal tax lien foreclosure […]
April 2, 2019

Salinas Woman Sentenced to 5 Years for Tax Conspiracy and Bank Fraud

In a recent press release, the U.S. Department of Justice reported that a Salinas woman was sentenced to 60 months on conspiracy and bank fraud charges. […]