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Alex T. Ruff focuses his practice on US and international taxation. During law school, Alex served as Executive Assistant Editor for the Global Law Review of the Washington University School of Law. Prior to attending law school, Alex was a senior associate at a Big Four consulting firm, where he advised Fortune 500 clients on financial accounting issues. Read Alex Ruff's full bio.

On August 5, 2019, the Senate confirmed Courtney Dunbar Jones and Emin Toro as nominees to the US Tax Court in a voice vote before leaving for August recess. Jones and Toro will now each serve a 15-year term. President Trump had initially nominated each candidate in 2018, but the Senate was not able to confirm their appointments prior to the end of the last 2018 session—requiring the candidates to be renominated in February of 2019. We reported the initial nominations in “President Trump Announces Intent to Nominate Emin Toro to Tax Court” and “President Trump to Nominate Greaves to Tax Court; Senate Confirms Copeland and Urda.” Furthermore, we reported the renomination of these nominees in “Renominations to Fill Vacancies on the United States Tax Court.”
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