Attorney Sequitta Banks has over 10 years of legal experience ranging from family law to labor/employment litigation. Ms. Banks obtained her law degree from the George Washington School of Law and undergraduate degree with honors from the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA). Ms. Banks has authored articles and conducts training on federal labor and employment matters, and she is an advocate for victims of abuse, and trained in handling domestic violence issues. Ms. Banks is also a court appointed Guardian Ad Litem (GAL) for children. Member, Virginia Bar Association and the Fairfax Bar Association. She has handled many cases on a pro-bono basis and volunteers for the Inova Fairfax Hospital and Women's Shelters.
Ms. Banks is licensed to practice in the state of Virginia, the United States District Court - Eastern District of Virginia, and the Supreme Court of the United States
Attorney Izaak Bozof is the firm's business services attorney, engaged in helping business clients with technology procurement, tax planning and untangle the wide range of business legal issues. Mr. Bozof provides the full complement of business services from business origination, contract matters, procurement and tax planning, preparation and liability settlements. He has worked with clients to build business, qualify for loans, and settle tax debts. He has built a reputation among his clients as a careful, compassionate and thorough counselor. If you have a tax issue, run a business, and need help with contract review, procurement of services or real estate, this is your attorney. Mr. Bozof is an alum of the University of Memphis and obtained his law degree from New York Law School.
Licensing: Virginia, Maryland, District of Columbia, Connecticut, United States Tax Court, United States District Court of Maryland, United States Court of Federal Claims.
Attorney Alvin S. Brown is a former chief counsel for the Internal Revenue Service. Mr. Brown has been in private practice, defending clients in US Tax Court and before the IRS for over three decades. He is the founder of www.section6694penalty.com and the IRS Forum -- a nonprofit educational organization (www.irsforum.org). Mr. Brown has published on section 6694 for the EA Journal, in addition to an article on 6694 for the Journal of Taxation and Regulations of Financial Institutions, and has testified before Congress regarding tax law reform.
Licensing: California, District of Columbia, United States Tax Court.