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Eric  Hylton, Esq.

Eric Hylton currently serves as the Director of Investigations for ZMF Law.  With of over 30 years of government experience, Eric has held several prominent positions at the IRS, including serving as the Commissioner of the Small Business/Self-Employed Division, Deputy Chief of the Criminal Investigation Division, Executive Director of CI’s head of International Operations, as well as the Director of CI’s Narcotics and Counterterrorism Office. 

As the Director of Investigations for ZMF, he is advising clients on criminal tax investigations, tax controversy matters, internal investigations, cryptocurrency, and whistleblower claims. He is an accomplished global forensic, tax, and financial crimes executive with an extensive track record investigating the most significant domestic and international financial crimes for the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Additionally, he has demonstrated success in directing and leading the agency’s most sensitive criminal tax, money laundering, cryptocurrency, international corruption, civil fraud, and bank secrecy act violations. 

Eric is also the former chair for the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) – Task Force for Tax Crimes and Other Financial Crimes. As Chair, Eric led a multilateral commission of 40 international criminal tax organizations to develop methodologies and typologies on emerging global criminal tax and financial crimes threats.

Programs by Eric  Hylton, Esq..

In this webinar, Eric Hylton and Don Fort will review the nuts and bolts of criminal tax law, while giving attendees an inside look at current criminal tax trends and cases. The two speakers will pull on their vast experience at the IRS, which includ...

Program Number
31287
Program Date
2021-11-12
Category
Banking & Finance LawCriminal Law & ProcedureCriminal Law & White CollarCriminal Practice & ProcedureCryptocurrencyFederal CourtsFlorida EligibleTaxation Law
State
CaliforniaColoradoFloridaGeorgiaNew JerseyNew YorkTexas Self Study