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U.S. Tax Court Announces Trial Sessions will be Conducted Remotely

By Joel N. Crouch on June 6, 2020

On May 29th, the U.S. Tax Court announced it will be conducting remote trial sessions until further notice, joining many other courts around the country. A short press release announcing remote trial sessions is HERE.

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to present public health risks and challenges, particularly where multiple individuals come together in a courtroom.  In response, and until further notice, Court proceedings will be conducted remotely.  See Administrative Order 2020-02 regarding remote proceedings and Administrative Order 2020-03 regarding Limited Entries of Appearance. If you have any questions, contact the Public Affairs Office at (202) 521-3355.

The procedures for how the court will conduct remote sessions using Zoom is in Administrative Order No.2020-20, HERE

The court had previously cancelled all trial sessions and closed the clerk’s office, although all the judges have been working remotely. 

For any questions on this or any other tax-related matter, please feel free to contact Joel Crouch at (214) 749-2456 or jcrouch@meadowscollier.com.