Chicago (May 20, 2004) -- In a victory for the Internal Revenue Service, a Chicago federal judge ordered a Texas law firm to turn over documents and the names of clients.
Senior U.S. District Judge James B. Moran rejected a privilege claim and ordered Jenkens & Gilchrist to comply with IRS summonses ordering the firm to turn over the names of tax shelter clients.
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