Lawyer Sued to Block Promotion of Improper Tax Shelters
Harold Levine, the head of the tax practice at New York's Moritt Hock & Hamroff, is accused of helping companies create phony losses. His former law firm calls him a "rogue partner," but his current firm stands by him.
Harold Levine, the head of the tax practice group at New York's Moritt Hock & Hamroff, has been sued by federal authorities to block his promotion of abusive tax shelters like the ones he allegedly promoted while chairing the tax practice group at Herrick Feinstein.
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