The U.S. Tax Court hasn’t set a time yet for reopening its building, one of the court’s judges said Wednesday.
The court will continue to hold remote proceedings, Judge Emin Toro said at a virtual conference hosted by the American Tax Bar Association’s tax section. The court building closed in March 2020 because of the coronavirus pandemic.
- Even after reopening, the court will continue some remote proceedings, Toro said, and will work with taxpayers if they have any access issues.
- The court has some high-profile trials scheduled, including Facebook’s tax dispute with the IRS, which is to resume ...