Practice Areas

Tax Controversy

Davis & Santos has attorneys who have represented the Internal Revenue Service at the U.S Department of Justice in a variety of forums including administrative appeals, bankruptcy court, federal district court, and the federal courts of appeals. This experience provides Davis & Santos with unique insight and the practical know-how when dealing with the Internal Revenue Service.

Davis & Santos represents individuals, family-owned businesses, corporations, financial institutions, accountants, and tax return preparers in a variety of proceedings involving the Internal Revenue Service, the U.S. Attorney’s Office, or the Tax Division of the U.S. Department of Justice.

The firm’s tax controversy practice includes:

  • Representing taxpayers in civil and criminal IRS examinations and appeals, federal civil tax litigation, and federal criminal tax litigation
  • Representing accountants and tax return preparers in malpractice cases
  • Representing tax return preparers in civil and criminal investigations
  • Representing taxpayers and third-parties in collection actions involving levies, liens, garnishments, nominee/alter-ego theories, foreclosures, and other IRS enforcement proceedings.

To learn more about this practice area, please contact:

Caroline Newman Small