Being dubbed the most obnoxious lawyer in the nation’s largest city is an impressive feat. That’s what The Village Voice called Kenneth Heller a few years ago, before he was disbarred for being, well, a boor. Now Heller is back in the headlines, charged along with six other defendants for collectively hiding $100 million from the IRS.

The charges are the latest salvo in the long-running tax battle between the U.S. Department of Justice and the IRS against Swiss banking giant UBS.

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