Among the specific, highly skilled areas in which Diana has had substantial experience are the following:

  • Representing clients in connection with subpoenas issued by the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations;
  • Representing clients in connection with art related matters (including estate and gift tax, auction house guarantees, sales tax and alleged fraudulent transfers);
  • Representing accounting firms and accountants in matters involving their ethical obligations (including pursuant to Circular 230) and their obligations under federal and state tax laws (including relating to material advisor rules, preparer penalties and disclosure of taxpayer information); and
  • Assisting individual and institutional clients in becoming compliant with US tax laws (including with regard to undisclosed foreign financial accounts and assets).