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Tax Court Issues Health and Safety Protocols for In-Person Proceedings at DC Courthouse

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In a Press Release and Administrative Order, the Tax Court has provided health and safety protocols for in-person proceedings at its Washington, DC courthouse.

Resuming in-person proceedings.

The Tax Court previously announced that, during its Winter 2022 Term, it would again be conducting in-person proceedings. That announcement said that a limited number of in-person special sessions had already been scheduled.

Protocols for in-person proceedings.

The Tax Court’s Administrative Order 2021-02 provides a summary of the health and safety protocols that must be observed by any visitor to its Washington, D.C. courthouse.

The Court has also posted a new publication, “Court Standards and Protocols to Protect Public Health,” to its COVID-19 resources page. That publication can be found here.

To continue your research on Tax Court procedures, see FTC 2d/FIN ¶U-1304.


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