The focus of Attorney Eric L. Green’s practice is civil and criminal taxpayer representation before the Department of Justice Tax Division, Internal Revenue Service and state Departments of Revenue Services, as well as handling probate matters and estate planning for individuals and business owners and tax planning for closely held businesses. He is a frequent lecturer on tax topics for CCH, the NAEA, the NATP, the ABA Tax Section and the Connecticut Society of CPAs. Attorney Green has served as adjunct faculty at the University of Connecticut School of Law. He is the author and lecturer of the CCH IRS Representation Certificate Program, and he is a columnist for CCH’s Journal of Practice & Procedure.
Mr. Green is a contributing author for Advocating for Low Income Taxpayers: A Clinical Studies Casebook, 3rd Edition, and has also been quoted in USA Today, Consumer Reports, The Wall Street Journal’s Market Watch, TheStreet.com, The Wall Street Journal and CreditCard.com.
Prior to practicing law Attorney Green served as a senior tax consultant for KPMG and Deloitte & Touche.
Attorney Green was the 2010 Nolan Fellow of the American Bar Association and has served as Chair of the American Bar Association’s Closely Held Businesses Tax Committee. Attorney Green is the current Chair of the Executive Committee of the Connecticut Bar Association’s Tax Section. Eric is a Fellow of the American College of Tax Counsel (“ACTC”).
Attorney Green is also a member of the Connecticut, Massachusetts and New York Bar Associations, as well as the American Bar Association. Attorney Green is admitted to practice in Massachusetts, New York and Connecticut Superior Courts, the United States Tax Court, The Federal Court of Claims and the Federal District Court for Connecticut. Attorney Green received his Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Accounting with a minor in International Business from Hofstra University and is an honors graduate from New England School of Law. He earned a Masters of Laws in Taxation (LL.M.) from Boston University School of Law.
|Award name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|Fellow||American College of Tax Counsel||2015|
|John S. Nolan Fellow||American Bar Association Tax Section||2010|
|Partner||Green & Sklarz LLC||2013 - Present|
|Partner||Convicer, Percy & Green LLP||2007 - 2013|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Connecticut Bar Association, Tax Section||Chair||2013 - 2015|
|American Bar Association||Chair - Closely Held Businesses Subcommittee||2011 - 2013|
|Journal of Practice & Procedure||How will AJAC impact IRS Collection cases? It might just speed cases to conclusion, benefiting both taxpayers and the IRS||2015|
|Journal of Practice & Procedure||Show Me the Documents: The Use and Enforcement of an IRS Summons in Collection Cases||2015|
|Journal of Practice & Procedure||Considering IRS Collection Alternatives? Don't Forget About Bankruptcy.||2014|
|Journal of Practice & Procedure||The Gathering Storm: IRS Enforcement of the Bank Secrecy Act||2014|
|EA Journal||Advanced Criminal Tax Issues Part 3: Day of Reckoning||2012|
|EA Journal||Advanced Criminal Tax Issues Part 2: The Tax Man Cometh||2012|
|EA Journal||Advanced Criminal Tax Issues Part 1: Handling Civil IRS Examinations When There Are Indications of Fraud||2012|
|CT CPA Magazine||Connecticut Supreme Court Upholds Business Record Keeping Requirements, Punts on Issue of Illegal Jeopardy Assessment||2011|
|Journal of Practice & Procedure||Using Code Section 7430 to Obtain Fees and Resolve Your Taxpayer’s Case||2011|
|Sumnews – the Magazine of the Massachusetts Society of Certified Public Accounts||Eggshell Audits: What Accountants Need to Know||2011|
|Boston University School of Law||LL.M - Master of Laws||2004|
|New England School of Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1999|
|Hofstra University||BBA - Bachelor of Business Administration||1993|
|NYU Tax Controversy Forum||Filing Sensitive Tax and Information Returns: Legal Issues and Strategic Considerations||2015|
|CCH National Webinar||Defending the Innocent Spouse & Injured Spouse||2015|
|CCH National Webinar||IRS Examinations: From Initial IRS Letter to US Tax Court Decision||2015|
|CCH National Webinar||Foreign Bank Account Enforcement by the IRS||2015|
|CCH National Webinar||Building Your Client’s Case for Penalty Abatement from the IRS||2015|
|American Bar Association, Taxation Section||Payroll Taxes: The Good, The Bad and the Criminal||2015|
|American Bar Association, Taxation Section||Closely Held Businesses & Tax Debts: An Update on IRS Collection Procedures and Opportunities for Resolving Outstanding Tax Debts||2015|
|American Bar Association, Taxation Section||Defending Clients from the Trust Fund Recovery Penalty||2015|
|American Bar Association, Taxation Section||Buy-Sell Agreements for Closely Held Businesses||2015|
|New England IRS Representation Conference||Handling an IRS exam When There are Indications of Fraud||2014|
|CCH Users Conference||Offers-in-Compromise: From Initial Call to Offer Acceptance||2014|
Posted by Dina Berrios-Fischer
June 22, 2016