Add a new name to the list of wealthy former clients who have sued Sidley Austin Brown & Wood and tax lawyer R.J. Ruble over complaints about the use of dubious tax shelters. San Francisco venture capitalist Dixon R. Doll has sued in federal court, naming financial services firm Stars Holding Co., formerly known as MyCFO.com, and a host of others, including Sidley Austin. The suit alleges securities fraud, breach of contract and negligence regarding a tax-shelter product the defendants developed.
Venture Capitalist Sues Sidley Austin Over Tax Shelters
The National Law Journal
April 8, 2005
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