Dennis G. Kainen Speaks at FICPA 30th Annual Accounting Show

Dennis G. Kainen of Weisberg Kainen Mark, PL in Miami, Florida, recently gave a talk at the FICPA 30th Annual Accounting Show in Ft. Lauderdale titled "Update on Criminal Tax Cases Impacting CPAs – What You Must Know to Stay Out of Trouble." Click here to learn more about the FICPA and their Annual Accounting Show. Read More

Dennis Kainen Speaks at the Greater Miami Tax Institute

Attorney Dennis G. Kainen of Weisberg Kainen Mark, PL in Miami, Florida recently spoke at the Greater Miami Tax Institute in Miami on September 9, 2015, on the Topic of Criminal Tax Procedure and Strategies. Click here to learn more about GMTI. Read More

Dennis Kainen Quoted in Daily Business Review

Attorney Dennis Kainen was quoted in the Daily Business Review's article on a recent case. The article has been reposted below for your convenience! ABA Seeks En Banc Review of 'Docs Vs. Glocks' Noreen Marcus, Daily Business Review September 14, 2015 BERND WOLLSCHLAEGER, ET AL., APPELLANTS, V. GOVERNOR STATE OF FLORIDA, ET AL., APPELLEES Case no.: 12-14009 Date: July 28, 2015 Case type: Civil Read More

FinCEN Combats Stolen Identity Tax Refund Fraud in South Florida with Geographic Targeting Order

‘GTO’ Enhances Identification Requirements on Customers Cashing Tax Refund Checks at South Florida Check Cashers. Click here to read the full article! Read More

Budget Cuts Limiting Resources at IRS

Budget cuts are limiting resources at the IRS. The IRS agents are under more pressure to handle the work. As a result, taxpayers and their accountants have much less time to respond to certain audit letters and the letters are difficult to comprehend. We have noticed this in a number of cases but until reading this New York Times Op-Ed article, we did not realize the systematic nature of this underlying policy in the Read More

Dennis Kainen Featured in Law 360

Attorney Dennis Kainen of Weisberg, Kainen & Mark was recently featured in a Law 360 article. Click here for the story, or read the article below! Law360, New York (May 04, 2015, 4:43 PM ET) -- A consultant convicted of playing a role in Lancer Group's $200 million securities fraud surrendered to federal custody Monday to serve a sentence just reduced from 3 years to 5 months after the Eleventh Circuit ordered Read More