This week, the 1st Circuit heard a multipronged appeal concerning three men charged with giving false information to the IRS about a Massachusetts charity allegedly connected to jihadist fighters and the mujahedeen. Although the charges stem from tax law, the case has drawn national attention because of concerns about terrorism. And it has attracted major legal talent: One of the defendants is represented by Kathleen Sullivan, head of the national appellate practice at Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan.
1st Circuit Hears Appeal Over Concealment of Islamic Charity's Ties to Militants
The National Law Journal
October 5, 2010