John Eulich

IRS v. Taylor Lohmeyer Law Firm PLLC: Petition for ‘John Doe’ Summons

Ex Parte Petition for Leave to Serve 'John Doe' Summons regarding an investigation into suspected tax evasion involving, inter alia, "offshore entities in the Isle of Man and British Virgin Islands" in IRS v. Taylor Lohmeyer Law Firm PLLC, described as a firm that "specializes in estate planning, tax law, and international tax law" that "has played a key role in helping individuals operate offshore", at the U. S. District Court for the Western District of Texas.

US taxpayer decides to co-operate following contempt order

Six weeks after being hit with a $5,000 per day fine for contempt of court, suspected tax-dodger John Eulich has done a U-turn and turned over records of his Bahamas trust to the IRS.And he is attempting to obtain further records from several Isle of Man-registered entities he is believed to be associated with so that he can also turn them over to the tax agency.

US taxpayer fined $5,000 per day for non-production of offshore trust records

A United States court has imposed a $5,000 fine on a taxpayer for every day that he fails to turn over records of his Bahamas trust to the IRS.If John F. Eulich, of Dallas, Texas, has not produced them by September 15, 2004 - 30 days after the start of the penalties - the fine will be increased to $10,000 per day.