Robert C. Webb | Frost Brown Todd
Seasoned veteran attorney, Bob Webb, applies savvy strategies when dealing with IRS matters to help you achieve your best outcome.
Bob was President of the Tax Bar Association, he has spoken at the American Bar Association Criminal Tax Institute for many years, and he is one of the top advisors on how to litigate and resolve complex hobby loss cases in all different types of businesses. Growing up in Kentucky, Bob has particular expertise resolving multi-million-dollar tax cases involving the thoroughbred and quarter horse industries.
Bob deeply understands how to work with the IRS based on his experience working for the Department of Justice Civil Tax Division, where he had an insider’s view of how the IRS and the Department of Justice pursue taxpayers for criminal and civil tax violations. Armed with this knowledge, Bob knows how to prevent taxpayers from being audited by the IRS and how to litigate and resolve complex tax disputes across a wide variety of situations.
Bob attended Georgetown University Law Center where he obtained his Master of Law and he also taught federal taxation of entities for Bellarmine College. Additionally, Bob authored the first criminal tax practice monograph for the University of Kentucky College of Law.