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A Boutique Law Firm That Handles the Most Important Matters.

Boyle Frost is a boutique law firm that focuses upon high stakes civil and criminal tax issues, sanctions (“OFAC”) matters, the investigation and resolution of white collar criminal matters, and civil and criminal fraud issues.  We have the knowledge and experience to tackle the most complex financial transactions, whether they involve offshore trusts or complicated international investments.  It doesn’t matter if you have been the victim of fraud or accused of fraud, if you have been accused of sanction violations or need to disclose a foreign account and resolve outstanding issues with the IRS, we can help.

Tax and tax controversy work are a major practice area of the firm.  We have helped hundreds of clients with audits conducted by the IRS.  We have litigated numerous civil and criminal tax cases brought by the IRS as well as state taxing authorities.  Many of the law firm’s clients have issues related to the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (“FATCA”).  Glen Frost has represented hundreds of individuals from across the United States and around the world in the IRS’s Voluntary Offshore Disclosure Program and related programs involving  saving them hundreds of millions of dollars of undisclosed assets.  He is well versed in all aspect of tax controversy practice and civil and criminal tax litigation.

Boyle Frost also represents whistle blowers in cases involving government fraud, tax fraud and evasion. In an effort to combat fraud by government contractors, the government has enacted the False Claims Act.  This statute allows individuals who are aware of fraud against the government to actually file an action on behalf of the government.  Depending upon the recovery, a “relator”, as the person with knowledge of the fraud is called, can receive up to 30% of the amount recovered by the government.  The Internal Revenue Code also allows an individual with knowledge of tax fraud or evasion to recover between 15% and 30% of any amount eventually recovered by the IRS.  There are significant administrative hurtles associated with whistle blower actions.  At Boyle Frost, we have the expertise to successfully represent whistle blowers in any federal or state action.

Dennis Boyle has substantial experience representing individuals and corporations in a wide range of white collar criminal defense matters, involving all types of fraud, money laundering, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (“FCPA”), sanctions (“OFAC”) and Specially Designated Nationals (“SDN”) as well as criminal tax matters.  He has also represented people and companies wrongfully accused of fraud as well as individuals who have been victimized by fraud.  He has actually tried more than two hundred jury trials as well as hundreds of non-jury proceedings.

Attorneys, CPAs, Enrolled Agents and Certified Fraud Examiners.

In addition to bringing decades of legal experience to bear on a matter, the firm also has a staff of lawyers, CPAs, Certified Fraud Examiners, Enrolled Agents, available to assist any client, no matter how large or how small.  CPAs, Certified Public Accountants, are at the center of all financial reporting.  They prepare and understand financial statements, balance sheets and a myriad of other financial documents.  They also prepare tax returns and insure the accuracy of information that has been filed.  They understand financial matters and tax accounting.  Glen Frost, in addition to being an attorney, is also a CPA and leads a team of CPAs that are at your disposal.

The term “Fraud” whether it be securities or investment fraud or accusations of a pyramid or Ponzi scheme conjures up lots of images for people not well versed in the area.  The truth is that frauds can be passed off as poor investments with the victim never knowing they were a victim.  On the other hand, conduct that may, at first blush, appear questionable may be perfectly legal.

Certified Fraud Examiners (CFEs) are professionals trained to identify fraud and to determine the difference between a fraudulent scheme and an innocent misstatement.  If you have lost some or all of an investment through the activities of an investment advisor, they can determine if the loss was caused by fraud or some other misconduct or was the result of market conditions.  They frequently testify as fraud experts in court.

With these professionals on staff, we can go deeper and accomplish more than most law firms.