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Field:Aggressive Tax Planning And The Ethical Tax Lawyer

Heather M. Field (UC-Hastings), Aggressive Tax Planning & the Ethical Tax Lawyer, 35 Va. Tax Law. ___ (2016): Can a tax planner be both ethical and aggressive? When a client wants help with a transaction in which the lawyer thinks the tax benefits will probably not be sustained on the...
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