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IRS Releases Practice Unit on Statutes of Limitation

The expiration of the time for the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to assess tax can bring closure on prior tax and financial reporting positions for taxpayers. We have previously reported and written for the International Tax Journal about tax statutes of limitation both generally and in the international tax context. As a follow-up to those materials, we wanted to alert you that the IRS recently released a Practice Unit providing an overview of statutes of limitation on the assessment of tax. These materials are all good resources and starting points for taxpayers and practitioners with questions on statutes of limitation.

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Andrew R. Roberson tax attorney McDermott Will. Andy handles tax cases in Federal court, United States Tax Court
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Andrew R. Roberson is a partner in the law firm of McDermott Will & Emery LLP and is based in the Firm’s Chicago office.  Andy specializes in tax controversy and litigation matters, and has been involved in over 30 matters at all levels of the Federal court system, including the United States Tax Court, several US Courts of Appeal and the Supreme Court. 

Andy also represents clients, including participants in the CAP program, before the Internal Revenue Service Examination Division and Appeals Office, and has been successful in settling...

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Elizabeth Chao, International Tax Matters Attorney, McDermott Will, Law firm
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Elizabeth Chao focuses her practice on US and international tax matters.

Previously, Elizabeth worked at the University of Chicago Law School as the chief research assistant to Judge Richard A. Posner and Professor William M. Landes. She also served a project associate with Innovations for Poverty Action in Nairobi, Kenya.

While in law school, Elizabeth served as a features editor for the Yale Law Journal.

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