02/02/2022 - Since December 28, 2020, over 750 new features have been added to DAWSON, the Tax Court’s case-management system.
01/26/2022- After assessing public health and other factors relating to nationwide COVID-19 cases, the U.S. Tax Court has determined that it is not appropriate to conduct in-person proceedings through February 25, 2022.
01/12/2022 - After assessing public health and other factors relating to the rapid nationwide increase of COVID-19 cases, the U.S. Tax Court has determined that it is not appropriate to conduct in-person proceedings in January 2022.
12/28/2021-Chief Judge Maurice B. Foley announced today that opinion search is now available in the DAWSON case management system.
12/14/2021 - Chief Judge Maurice B. Foley announced today that order search is now available in the DAWSON case management system.
12/09/2021 -From January 1, 2021, through November 30, 2021, the Court received 33,300 petitions.
12/06/2021- On December 6, 2021, Chief Judge Maurice B. Foley announced that Adam B. Landy and Eunkyong Choi have each been selected to serve as a Special Trial Judge and taken the oath of office.
11/19/2021- On November 18, 2021, Special Trial Judge Daniel A. Guy, Jr. received the J. Edgar Murdock Award for distinguished service to the United States Tax Court.
10/05/2021 - To provide guidance with respect to in-person proceedings, the Court has posted a new publication, Court Standards and Protocols to Protect Public Health, as well as issued Administrative Order 2021-02, Washington, D.C. Courthouse Access.
08/27/2021 -On August 27, 2021, the Court issued Administrative Order 2021-01, Policies for Remote (Virtual) Proceedings, which outlines the policies adopted allowing for both in-person and remote (virtual) trials.
08/16/2021 - The Court met with various stakeholders to address concerns relating to the increased number of petitions being filed and to limit the potential for premature assessment and enforcement action.
07/23/2021 - The United States Tax Court has received a significantly higher number of petitions this year. The Court is processing petitions expeditiously, but the increased volume has caused a delay between when a petition is received by the Court and when it is served on the Internal Revenue Service.
02/12/2021 - The Tax Court announces its Diversity & Inclusion Series. The series is comprised of webinars that will spotlight different trailblazers and their paths to, and success in, the field of tax law.
01/11/2021 - Chief Judge Maurice B. Foley announced today that DAWSON has been updated to include “Today’s Orders”.
12/18/2020- 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.
12/10/2020-Chief Judge Maurice B. Foley announced today that the Court has updated its guidance on procedures related to subpoenas for remote proceedings.
11/30/2020-Senior Judge Robert P. Ruwe has fully retired and is no longer recalled for judicial service.
11/20/2020- For paper documents requiring multiple signatures and postmarked November 21, 2020 through December 28, 2020, the Court has modified its signature requirements as outlined in Administrative Order 2020-05.
11/12/2020-Beginning Monday, November 16, 2020, the Court will resume accepting hand-delivered documents to the main courthouse building.
10/29/2020-Effective Friday, October 30, 2020, and until further notice, the United States Tax Court will be suspending its in-person acceptance of hand-delivered documents.
10/07/2020- To facilitate the transition to the Court's new case management system, beginning at 5:00 PM Eastern Time on November 20, 2020, the current e-filing system will become inaccessible and all electronic files will become read-only.
10/06/2020- Chief Judge Maurice B. Foley announced that the United States Tax Court has adopted amendments to its Rules of Practice and Procedure.
09/09/2020 - Chief Special Trial Judge Lewis R. Carluzzo received the J. Edgar Murdock Award for distinguished service to the United States Tax Court.
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