On March 8, 2023, Law360 turned to Ross LLP's Nathan J. Hochman to provide insights into the lack of Senate-confirmed nominees in two top tax positions in the federal government: the Internal Revenue Service's Chief Counsel and the Department of Justice's Assistant Attorney General in charge of the Tax Division.
Nominated and confirmed leaders are best suited to make major decisions, observers told Law360. Their endorsements in the form of nominations and confirmations give them political capital, according to Nathan J. Hochman of Ross LLP, a former assistant attorney general for tax. "I think that gives you a lot of political weight to get projects done," Hochman said.
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