The Internal Revenue Service’s (IRS) moratorium on various investigations and collection actions is set to expire on July 15, 2020 at which point the IRS will begin aggressively pursuing high-net-worth individuals.
About Jeff Erney
Jeff Erney is the chair of the US Tax Controversy practice, which was recognized by The Legal 500 in 2020 for outstanding work in contentious tax. Jeff focuses his practice on tax litigation and dispute resolution. When representing clients faced with complex issues, he draws on years of experience as a senior tax attorney for the Office of Chief Counsel with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), as well as his background as a certified public accountant (CPA), to most effectively provide counsel.
About Mark A. Loyd
Mark A. Loyd, co-leader of Dentons' national Tax practice group, has decades of experience successfully resolving his clients’ state, local and federal tax issues. Elected as a Fellow of the American College of Tax Counsel, a distinction reserved for America’s very best tax attorneys, Mark is also Martindale-Hubbell AV® Preeminent™ Rated, the highest rating available, and has been selected as a Super Lawyer since 2015. Leveraging his extensive career in industry and CPA background, Mark has averted, managed and resolved sales, property, income and excise tax and licensing issues through audit management, administrative protest or settlement, and when necessary, through tax litigation in administrative tribunals, state courts and appellate courts, including the US Supreme Court. He’s licensed to practice in Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio, Tennessee, federal district and appellate courts as well as the US Court of International Trade.
About Bailey Roese
Bailey Roese is a partner in the Firm's Louisville office and represents taxpayers in federal, state, and local tax controversies. Selected as a Kentucky Super Lawyers® Rising Star for 2018 and 2019 in the area of Tax law, Bailey regularly advocates for clients in the state courts and administrative tribunals of Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana, as well as the United States Tax Court.