Written by attorney Thomas William Hartmann | Jun 27, 2015

Disclosing Tax Returns in Litigation – The Good Cause Standard

One of the greatest burdens, expenses and challenges of litigation is discovery (information disclosure). It is costly, complex and time consuming. An issue that often arises is disclosure of tax returns. Tax returns are full of information about a person, a family or a business and often have historical data, too. At the same time, the tax returns may have more information than is properly discoverable in litigation. A defined approach to this issue can save time and, therefore, money and frustration.

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