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2014
  • 10/10/14 - The Court issued a press release in Amazon.Com, Inc. & Subsidiaries v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue.
  • 09/05/14 - Tax Court Disciplinary Matters.
  • 07/18/14 - Tax Court Disciplinary Matters.
  • 05/13/14 - The Tax Court has issued a press release announcing the date and time of the 2014 written exam for admission to practice for applicants other than attorneys at law.
  • 04/25/14 - Tax Court Disciplinary Matters.
2013
  • 12/20/13 - Tax Court Disciplinary Matters.
  • 09/30/13 - Tax Court Disciplinary Matters.
  • 06/25/13 - Tax Court Disciplinary Matters.
2012
  • 09/18/12 - In Memory of Judge Russell E. Train.
  • 09/11/12 - In Memory of Judge Lapsley W. Hamblen, Jr.
  • 07/13/12 - In Memory of Judge Renato Beghe.
  • 07/06/12 - The Tax Court has adopted amendments to its Rules of Practice and Procedure requiring electronic filing by most practitioners, providing privacy protections in whistleblower cases, and making other miscellaneous and conforming changes.
  • 06/26/12 - The Tax Court announces a uniform method of spot-citing Memorandum Opinions.
  • 06/12/12 - The Tax Court announces the investiture of Judge Kathleen Kerrigan.
  • 05/08/12 - The Tax Court has issued a press release announcing the date and time of the 2012 written exam for admission to practice for applicants other than attorneys at law.
  • 05/07/12 - Judge Michael B. Thornton has been elected as Chief Judge of the United States Tax Court to serve a 2-year term beginning June 1, 2012.
  • 04/30/12 - Judge Robert P. Ruwe received the J. Edgar Murdock Award for distinguished service to the United States Tax Court.
  • 04/17/12 - Daniel A. Guy, Jr., will take the oath of office to serve as a Special Trial Judge of the United States Tax Court on May 31, 2012.
  • 03/26/12 - Chief Special Trial Judge Peter J. Panuthos received the J. Edgar Murdock Award for distinguished service to the United States Tax Court.
  • 03/06/12 - Comments received on proposed amendments to the Tax Court Rules of Practice and Procedure requiring electronic filing by most parties represented by counsel, providing privacy protections in whistleblower cases, and making other miscellaneous and conforming changes.
2011
  • 12/28/11 - The Tax Court has announced proposed amendments to its Rules of Practice and Procedure reducing the number of copies required for papers filed with the Court, requiring electronic filing by most parties represented by counsel, providing privacy protections in whistleblower cases, and making other miscellaneous and conforming changes.
  • 06/17/11 - The Tax Court has added to its Internet Web site an “Orders” tab containing two new features to assist the public in identifying and locating orders issued by the Court:  Today’s Designated Orders and Orders Search.
  • 05/05/11 - The Tax Court has adopted amendments to its Rules of Practice and Procedure affecting time periods for filing summary judgment motions, Rule 155 computations, and motions regarding elections to proceed under the small tax case procedure, as well as other amendments to Rules and forms.
  • 03/18/11 - Comments received on proposed amendments to the Tax Court Rules of Practice and Procedure affecting time periods for filing summary judgment motions, Rule 155 computations, motions regarding elections to proceed under the small tax case procedure, and answers in lien and levy cases, as well as other proposed amendments to Rules and forms.
 
 
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Last updated: October 10, 2014