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Since 2008, Jason Marcus has represented whistleblowers in qui tam and retaliation actions nationwide, with a focus on the federal and state False Claims Acts. In 2015, Jason founded the firm of Bracker & Marcus LLC with his partner Julie Bracker,...
Practice areas: Tax Fraud & Tax Evasion, Employment & Labor, Medicaid & Medicare, Consumer Protection, Litigation
Anson Asbury represents individuals and corporations in all facets of federal and state tax litigation and tax controversy. He represents clients facing complex tax audits, employment and payroll tax liabilities, civil and criminal tax fraud, and ...
Practice areas: Tax Fraud & Tax Evasion, Corporate & Incorporation, Business, Tax
An Emory University School of Law graduate himself, it was no surprise when Mr. Weintraub hired criminal defense attorney, Benjamin Black Alper to join his firm. With experience that encompasses nearly all aspects of criminal defense, Ben is a nat...
Practice areas: Tax Fraud & Tax Evasion, Federal Crime, DUI & DWI, Violent Crime, Criminal Defense
Jason is the founder of The Wiggam Law Firm in Atlanta, Georgia. His practice focuses on representing individuals, businesses, officers, directors, shareholders, and partners in matters before the Internal Revenue Service, the Georgia Department o...
Practice areas: Tax Fraud & Tax Evasion, Tax
If a taxing authority accuses you of under-reporting your taxes in any way, such as falsely reporting your earnings, inflating your expenses, or claiming undeserved deductions, then you may benefit from the services of a tax fraud attorney. A tax fraud attorney represents clients who the government claims have manipulated the system by paying too little tax, or no tax at all. You may be fined or even jailed for tax fraud; in fact, Richard Hatch, the first winner of the television show “Survivor,” was recently jailed for not paying federal taxes on his $1 million winnings.