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Thursday, September 13, 2007

Fogg Named IRS Chief Counsel Attorney of the Year

Keith Fogg (Villanova) has been named Attorney of the Year by the IRS's Office of Chief Counsel.  From the Villanova press release:

Approximately 1,600 lawyers work for the department in over 40 offices around the country. Each year the IRS Office of Chief Counsel selects one attorney from around the country as its Attorney of the Year.

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The universe of TaxProfs is immensely enhanced with Fogg's addition to their ranks.

Posted by: Jake | Sep 13, 2007 8:05:34 PM