CHRISTINE SPEIDEL and PATRICK W. THOMAS (eds.), Effectively Representing Your Client Before the IRS: A Practical Manual for the Tax Practitioner With Sample Correspondence and Forms (Washington, DC: American Bar Association Tax Section, 8th ed., 2021, i–33-30 [1–2204], $309.00).

John Gamino

Clinical Professor, The University of Texas at Dallas

The Tax Section of the American Bar Association has updated and republished its Effectively Representing Your Client Before the IRS, an almost encyclopedic compendium of tax controversy guidance. With only limited coverage of matters that are litigation-specific, this title is of equal value to CPAs and to accounting students leaning toward taxation as a practice specialty.

Law professors Christine Speidel of Villanova University and Patrick W. Thomas of University of Notre Dame inherited the editorship duties for this latest edition from Harvard University's Keith Fogg, who had anchored predecessor editions in 2012, 2015, and 2018. Five new chapters have been...

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