Attorney Referral Contact Form

Lynam Knott P.A.
Washington, D.C. — Miami, Florida

Why Refer Cases to Lynam Knott P.A.?

The tax attorneys at Lynam Knott P.A. have over $100 Billion in active IRS Whistleblower submissions and have years of experience handling the very same types of transactions upon which your clients have information. Their years of experience will be put to work identifying potential underpayments and preparing the best possible submissions to the IRS. Our tax attorneys are also admitted to practice before the U.S. Tax Court and are capable of appealing your client's award determination. However, the best way to maximize your client’s chance of obtaining an IRS whistleblower award is to put forth the highest quality submission and work with the IRS to develop the case. We can help you do that.

Synergies with Other Lawyers

We do not want to take your clients from you. We want to work with you to maximize the opportunities your clients are presented with as a result of the IRS Whistleblower Rewards program. For example, if you are an employment lawyer representing a client who has been wrongfully terminated, particularly persons working in the accounting or tax function of a company, that person may have information about their former employer’s tax issues. We can help you determine if that client could also have a valid claim to submit to the IRS as part of the whistleblower program. As another example, if you are a criminal attorney who represents a client involved with or who has information about a tax scheme, we can help you assess the viability of your client receiving a reward for such information. Alternatively, if you are any other kind of non-tax lawyer and come across a person with information about a tax underpayment, we can work out a referral arrangement as allowed by law.

Lynam Knott P.A. has grown to become the leading IRS Whistleblower law firm.  In addition, the firm is one of the leading plaintiff's firms for asbestos and toxic torts and has secured over one billion dollars in verdicts and settlements for our clients. We feel that this record of accomplishment clearly proves that our firm has the staff and expertise to handle the most challenging cases with efficiency and professionalism in an environment where every client is treated with the utmost respect and the individualized attention he or she deserves. We have the resources to dedicate to your client's needs and assist the IRS in maximizing the identification and collection of tax underpayments.

Our tax whistleblower practice is led by tax attorneys Scott A. Knott, former member of Baker & McKenzie LLP's management committee for its North American Tax Controversy group, and Gregory S. Lynam, American Bar Association Section of Tax 2006-2007 John S. Nolan Fellow.  In addition to having filed hundreds of IRS whistleblower cases, they have years of large firm tax controversy experience and an insider's knowledge of corporate, partnership, and international tax issues. They have experience at every level of a tax controversy; from audit to IRS Appeals, alternative dispute resolution including Competent Authority and Advanced Pricing Agreements, to litigation and appellate review.  The Ferraro Law Firm is currently representing clients in US Tax Court who are appealing their case.

Should you decide to refer a client to our firm, you can be confident that we will represent him or her as a partner should. We provide standard compensation to all referring attorneys and law firms as provided for within the guidelines of lawyer-to-lawyer referrals.

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