The Shelter: A Tale of Corporate Greed and the Good People Who Perpetuate It

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AuthorHouse, 2005 M03 14
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AFTER GRADUATING FROM A THIRD TIER LAW SCHOOL HE WANTED TO SHOW HE HAD WHAT IT TAKES. HIS CREATIVE BENT LED HIM TO THE CRIMINAL EDGE.

Three years of law school made Jim LaRue hungry for the good life. When he received an offer from Herbst & Marley to join their corporate tax consulting group in Charlotte, he was sure he was on his way. The firm gave him exposure to the largest corporations in America and put him on the fast track to partner.

Jim quickly learned behind the gilded exterior of designing high priced corporate tax “products,” there lurked a seamy underside of greed. Having made the mistake of challenging the interests of certain highly compensated partners, Jim soon found himself as a pawn in a game of cat and mouse between his firm and the Justice Department with no way out.

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