Tax attorney neglects his own tax court case

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Re: Tax attorney neglects his own tax court case

Postby Cpt Banjo » Mon Jul 08, 2013 4:19 pm

AndyK wrote:
Cathulhu wrote:There was a famous tax law case (tax court, I think) Cynthia Heisman vs. Commissioner or something like, argued by Mark Manning on the IRS side. She was a stripper who managed to keep her depreciation deduction for her augmented boobs. And created much innocent hilarity in formerly dull tax law meetings.

I bet the hearing reviewing the evidence received more than the usual number of spectators.

Wonder if she referred to them as her Heisman Trophies?
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Re: Tax attorney neglects his own tax court case

Postby Cathulhu » Mon Jul 08, 2013 4:38 pm

Actually, Arthur found it, and her name was Hess. I only recall it as I needed a whip and chair to handle that particular tax law meeting, and later worked with the IRS attorney on a task force. Nice guy.
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