Chicago (July 8, 2004) -- In a partial victory for BDO Seidman in its ongoing legal battle with the Internal Revenue Service, a district court judge ruled that the accounting firm doesn't have to turn over most of the documents that the government had requested.
As part of its crackdown on abusive shelters, the IRS has been trying for two years to enforce a series of summonses ordering BDO to turn over more than 100 documents related to its past tax shelter activities.
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