The IRS's Use of Secret Subpoenas

The Federal Lawyer
March 2016
In this article, Miller & Chevalier Counsel Andrew Strelka and Senior Associate Aiysha Hussain discuss the ability of the Internal Revenue Service to serve subpoenas to third parties without disclosure due to a lack of a specific rule in the Tax Court in The Federal Lawyer. "If subpoenas are issued in the Tax Court without disclosure, no one can tell how the information is used." Strelka and Hussain write. The full text of the article can be found here.
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