Ford's, Inc. v. Russell Brown & Co
In Ford's, Inc. v. Russell Brown & Co., 299 Ark. 426, 773 S.W.2d 90, 92-93 (Ark. 1989), there was no claim of concealment or misrepresentation.
In fact, when the appellants received the initial notice of deficiency, the appellees conceded that the IRS's position was at least partially correct and recommended that the appellants accept a proposed settlement. See id. at 91.
That being the case, the court found "no compelling reason why it should adopt a different rule to be used in accounting malpractice cases." Id. at 92.