Criminal Tax

The firm has long defended individuals and corporations in investigations and litigations involving allegations of tax fraud, tax evasion and related offenses. Williams & Connolly lawyers have defended numerous criminal cases initiated by the Internal Revenue Service, including prosecutions under Chapter 75 of the Internal Revenue Code; currency reporting cases under Title 31 of the United States Code; money laundering prosecutions and related asset forfeitures; and related federal criminal prosecutions. One member with particularly significant experience in this area is the former Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General in the Tax Division of the Justice Department, the past Chair of the Tax Litigation Committee of the American Bar Association Litigation Section and a fellow in the American College of Tax Counsel.

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