Department of Justice fights ethics training order from Federal Court

The Justice Department moved Tuesday to fight a federal judge’s order that its lawyers undergo mandatory ethics training, digging in after the DOJ was accused of misleading the courts over President Obama’s immigration executive actions. In filings Tuesday, the department said the order would “far exceed the bounds of appropriate remedies” and would cost the … Continued


Render to Caesar Before Yourself – United States v. Read, T.C.

In 1999, Randy Read established an irrevocable trust for his children, naming himself as Trustee, and contributed stock options (earned by his wife) worth well over $700,000. Two years later, the trust assets had a value of just over $160,000 and a tax liability of about $122,000. Thereafter, he made distributions from the trust for … Continued







IRS Liberalizes Offer In Compromise Terms Under “Fresh Start” Initiative

The IRS has expanded its “Fresh Start” initiative, which is designed to help struggling taxpayers who owe taxes by offering more flexible terms in its Offer In Compromise (“OIC”) program.  These changes may allow some taxpayers to resolve their income tax problems in as little as two years, as compared to four or five years … Continued


Virginia Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, Inc.

Congratulations to Kevin on being presented the Distinguished Service Award in recognition and appreciation of Kevin’s valuable contributions and dedicated service as a Director. Rack & Moccia, P.C. is proud to be a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, Inc. (NAELA)


Bringing Breast Cancer to Light

Kevin B. Rack served as Master of Ceremonies for the Bringing Breast Cancer to Light event held September 25, 2010 at the First Baptist Church of Norfolk. The event included presentations by Jennifer Reed, M.D., FACS, Michael Danso, M.D., and Lauries Jesz, RN, CBNC and included a fashion show in which the models were beautiful … Continued