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NOTEWORTHY

The United States Tax Court building remains closed to visitors but is receiving and processing mail and deliveries. Documents for hand delivery may be deposited in a drop box at the building’s entrance. See the June 24, 2020 Press Release. To accommodate continuing uncertainties relating to the COVID-19 pandemic, and until further notice, Court proceedings will be conducted remotely. See the May 29, 2020 Press Release.

To facilitate our shift to remote proceedings and prepare participants for trial, the Court is offering example videos of various procedures in a virtual courtroom.

The Tax Court in Washington, D.C. will be closed on Wednesday, January 20, 2021, for Inauguration Day. Remote hearings scheduled on that day will proceed. No documents may be hand-delivered between Wednesday, January 13, 2021 and Thursday, January 21, 2021.

Chief Judge Maurice B. Foley announced today that DAWSON has been updated to include “Today’s Orders”.

See the Press Release.

Chief Judge Maurice B. Foley announced today that on December 28, 2020, the United States Tax Court will officially launch DAWSON (Docket Access Within a Secure Online Network), its new case management system.

See the Press Release.

Chief Judge Maurice B. Foley announced today that the Court has updated its guidance on procedures related to subpoenas for remote proceedings.

See the Press Release.

To accommodate remote operations during the COVID-19 pandemic, Chief Judge Maurice B. Foley announced that the Court is making adjustments to Court procedures.

See the Press Release. See also COVID-19 Resources and Zoomgov Proceedings under Rules & Guidance.

The US Tax Court was not impacted by the recent cyberattack on SolarWinds.

U.S. Tax Court Warning about Tax Scams

Some people may receive unsolicited phone calls, emails, or other communications from individuals fraudulently claiming to be from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) or other Federal government agencies and demanding immediate payment by money order, gift card, debit card, or other means to settle a tax debt.

The Tax Court does not want anyone to be victimized by a tax scam. It is important that you know that the Tax Court will never do any of the following:

  • call or email demanding payment of Court fees or taxes;
  • call or email threatening arrest;
  • call or email insisting that a specific payment method be used to pay a tax debt or requesting credit or debit card numbers over the phone.
The IRS posts current warnings and alerts about all types of tax scams on its website (including information about how to report tax scams). In addition, you may file a consumer complaint about a tax scam with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). These websites are maintained by the IRS and FTC--government agencies that are unrelated to the Tax Court.

If you have received a phone call, email, or other communication that refers to the Tax Court and which you suspect is a scam and would like to discuss it with a member of the Court’s staff, please call the Court at (202) 521-3390.

Technical Questions?

For assistance with DAWSON, email dawson.support@ustaxcourt.gov. To contact the Webmaster for technical issues or problems with the website, send an email to webmaster@ustaxcourt.gov. No documents can be filed with the Court at this email address.

Other Questions?

For all non-technical questions, contact the Office of the Clerk of the Court at (202) 521-0700.


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