Midweek Roundup: Kremlin Challenges U.S. Corruption Allegations, IRS Winds Down Category 2 Tax Deals, and More

The Kremlin has asked the U.S. Treasury Department to produce proof that Russian President Vladimir Putin is corrupt as alleged by senior department official Adam Szubin in a recent interview with BBC feature news program Panorama, the BBC reported. More A U.S. appellate court may ask attorney John Moscow to show that neither he nor his law firm, Baker Hostetler, have a conflict of interest in defending Russian businessmen and their company, Prevezon, against federal money laundering charges, The Wall Street Journal reported. The trial, which stems from Hermitage Capital founder William Browder's accusations that Russian officials used his company...