Apologies to Our Readers

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Apologies to our email subscribers, as over the past week or so new posts on PT have not been pushed out via email. Though you may not have received e-mails, we have been posting.  For those of you who may have missed our posts here is a snapshot.

We ran the second piece in a two-part series on the relationship of the Tax Court and the APA by guest bloggers Professors Stephanie Hoffer and Christopher Walker;  Keith posted on the IRS’s power to assess and collect on restitution payments,  Les posted on the oral argument in Clarke v US (the summons enforcement case that is before the Supreme Court), and a Summary Opinion post highlights some of the last week’s developments.

The technical problems are under control and email subscribers should now be receiving regular emails when we post.

About Stephen Olsen

Stephen J. Olsen’s practice includes tax planning and controversy matters for individuals, businesses and exempt entities for the law firm Gawthrop Greenwood, PC.

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