Kathryn Keneally to Speak on FATCA Panel at ABA White Collar Crime Conference

Criminal tax fraud is one of the hot topics on the agenda for the 2014 White Collar Crime National Institute. Kathryn Keneally, Assistant Attorney General for the Tax Division, is speaking on the March 6 panel:

The Tax Man Cometh: Recent Investigations and FATCA. In the wake of the UBS tax shelter case, the United States has initiated a series of investigations into Swiss and other foreign banks that have assisted U.S. citizens in evading U.S. taxes. This panel will discuss these ongoing investigations and the impact that FATCA will have on foreign banks and U.S. citizens.

About the Conference: March 5 – 7, 2014

The American Bar Association’s White Collar Crime National Institute is the leading conference for federal and state judges and prosecutors, law enforcement officials, defense attorneys, corporate in-house counsel and members of the academic community working in the area of white collar criminal law.

Sean McMahon and Bill Lovett are both attending the conference.

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