Unsealed case files describe the controversy surrounding Paul Daugerdas, a leading figure in a new generation of tax lawyers. Between 1999 and 2002, Daugerdas handled at least 600 shelters, generating hundreds of millions in fees and billions in tax savings. Some people who bought shelters claim Daugerdas represented both buyers and sellers -- and they want their money back. Both the IRS and the DOJ are investigating.
The American Lawyer
December 5, 2003
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