Following up on our prior post, Judge Maurice B. Foley takes over today as Chief Judge of the US Tax Court (Tax Court). The term as Chief Judge spans two years and involves several statutory and administrative duties, including but not limited to the assignment of cases, appointment of Special Trial Judges, review of draft opinions, and determination of which cases will be reviewed by the full court. For those interested in a historical analysis of the Tax Court, which was recently revised in 2014, see here.
Judge Foley Assumes The Reins as New Chief Judge of US Tax Court
By McDermott Will & Emery on June 1, 2018
Posted In Trial Courts, Uncategorized