Tax Court Resumes Accepting Copy Requests; Proceedings Conducted Remotely

The Tax Court has announced that it will resume accepting requests for copies of court records from non-parties (copy requests) beginning June 1, 2020. The Tax Court also announced that all proceedings will be conducted remotely until further notice due to the Covid-19 pandemic.


Copy Requests

Until further notice, all copy requests must be made by telephone and will be fulfilled electronically by email. The Tax Court’s fees with respect to these copy requests will be $0.50 per page, with a per-document cap of $3.00. The Records Department can be reached at (202) 521- 4688. Litigants registered for electronic access continue to be able to electronically file and view documents in their cases without charge. Additional information can be obtained here.

Remote Proceedings

Administrative Order 2020-02 provides information regarding remote proceedings. Further, Administrative Order 2020-03 can be reviewed for obtaining information regarding Limited Entries of Appearance. More information can be found here.

Wilson Tax Law Group, APLC (www.wilsontaxlaw.com) is a boutique Orange County tax controversy law firm that specializes in representation of individuals and businesses before federal and state tax authorities with audits, appeals, FBAR, offshore compliance, litigation and criminal defense. The firm was founded in 2014 by Joseph P. Wilson, a former Federal tax prosecutor, trial attorney for the IRS and trial attorney for the Franchise Tax Board.

For further information, or to arrange a consultation please contact: Wilson Tax Law Group, APLC

Newport Beach and Yorba Linda, California

Tel: (949) 397-2292 (Newport Beach Office)

Tel: (714) 463-4430 (Yorba Linda Office)

 

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