Judge Jacobs of the Tax Court yesterday – June 2, 2015 – gave a major win for tax whistleblowers in a decision 144 TC 15 (Whistleblower 21276-13W v. IRS). Dean Zerbe of ZFF&J was the lead counsel for the whistleblowers in this case – the first whistleblower case to have a trial by attorneys before the Tax Co
Posted on January 15, 2013 by Mary Jane Wilmoth on http://www.whistleblowersblog.org/ On January 6, 2013 The Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center was announced as the 2012 Tax Notes Person of the Year. Tax Notes also recognized nine others who were “contenders” for the title. Among the contenders was the National Whistleblowers
ZFF&J represents individuals who are seeking to blow the whistle on businesses and individuals who are defrauding the government as well as defending businesses against such whistleblower complaints. Phone: 713-350-3529 Fax:713-350-3607 Toll Free: 866-630-3431 Or fill out our contact for today >>
We represent individuals who wish to pursue a claim that a company or individual is defrauding the government – for instance, making a false statement or a false billing. With our strong litigation experience as well as years of experience in government oversight we have the right tools to assist a whistleblower who wishes to pursue
We represent individuals and companies that are under audit or examination by the IRS or state tax authorities. We particularly specialize in assisting small and medium businesses and their owners. We also serve as counsel for taxpayers in litigation before the Tax Court as well as Federal District Court and Appeals. Our clients ben
ZFF&J represents individuals who are seeking to blow the whistle on businesses and individuals who are defrauding the government as well as defending businesses against such whistleblower complaints.How does ZFFJ help?
Our significant background in the tax laws – including our partner Mr. Dean Zerbe who served as senior counsel and tax counsel for the Senate Finance Committee where he was responsible for the creation of the IRS whistleblower law at the direction of Senator Grassley – has made representing tax whistleblowers a specialty of our firm.Find out about representation?
ZFFJ represents a large number of captive insurance owners, and service providers in examinations all over the country. With a centralized office of 60 attorneys and paralegals, we have a national lens on IRS tactics, and positions on captive insurance, such that we can bring our clients a major advantage in defending them in audit. We educate CPA’s and attorneys all over the country on captive insurance defense and compliance, with our presentations and webinars, including former IRS Commissioner Steve Miller’s series with the American Bar Association. Our impressive list of IRS insiders brings decades of experience and perspective designed to be leveraged in getting each of our clients best in class representation.Click here for more information
We represent individuals and companies that are under audit or examination by the IRS or state tax authorities. We particularly specialize in assisting small and medium businesses and their owners. We also serve as counsel for taxpayers in litigation before the Tax Court as well as Federal District Court and Appeals.Find out how ZFFJ helps small businesses?
Zerbe, Fingeret, Frank & Jadav, P.C.
3009 Post Oak Blvd, Suite 1700
Houston, TX 77056
6257 N. 22nd Street
Arlington, VA 22205
Toll Free: 866-630-3431
Dean Zerbe was Senior Counsel and Tax Counsel for the Chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, Senator Charles E. Grassley, 2001-2008. At the direction of Chairman Grassley, Dean was the counsel responsible for the modern IRS whistleblower law – signed into law in 2006 — which established the IRS Whistleblower Office and created an award program for tax whistleblowers. Dean “wrote the law” when it comes to the IRS whistleblower office and reward program.Read More
Jeremy Fingeret is a partner based out of the firm’s Houston, Texas office. He is an experienced litigation attorney, having handled cases in multiple state and federal courts including Federal District Courts, The Court of Federal Claims, The United States Tax Court and Circuit Courts of Appeals.Read More
John Dies, the Managing Director of the Tax Controversy Department at alliantgroup, is a practicing attorney with 14 years of litigation experience in state and federal trials, and administrative proceedings. He is admitted to practice before multiple state and federal courts as well as U.S. Tax Court.Read More