Robert Nadler

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Robert B. Nadler completed 30 years of tax controversy practice with the IRS Office of Chief Counsel in 2002. At that time he joined the Legal Aid Society of Middle Tennessee and the Cumberlands and the Tennessee Tax Project. His practice is limited to representing low income taxpayers in controversies with the IRS. Since 2002, Mr. Nadler has represented over 35 clients in innocent spouse disputes and consulted with several other tax clinics regarding their innocent spouse cases. Between 1996 and 2006, Mr. Nadler taught Tax Practice and Procedure as an adjunct professor at Vanderbilt University Law School. Mr. Nadler is the author of the following tax articles:
  • The Qualified Offer: A Fee Shifting Procedure to Encourage Settlement, 81 Tax Notes (TA) 1657 (1998);
  • Math Error Notices: In Search of Taxpayer Rights , 100 Tax Notes (TA) 207 (2003);
  • Innocent Spouse Equitable Relief Refunds: The IRS Abandons the Window Period, 105 Tax Notes (TA) 1133 (2004); and
  • Equitable Relief: Time to Level the Playing Field, 113 Tax Notes (TA) 899 (2006).
April 2011


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