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Sunday, July 24, 2005

More Developments in the Kanter/Ballard Saga

More developments in the Kanter/Ballard/Lisle saga of special trial judge reports in the Tax Court:


In an extraordinary move, Tax Court Chief Judge Joel Gerber released statements from two judges and the special trial judge involved in the Kanter, Ballard, and Lisle cases describing the procedure followed by the Tax Court in adopting its memorandum opinion in those cases, Estate of Lisle v. Commissioner, Nos. 21555-91, 16164-92 & 75557-93 (7/19/05), also available on the Tax Analysts web site as Doc 2005-15506, 2005 TNT 139-14


On Friday, Crystal Tandon & Karla L. Miller published Judges' Statements on Kanter, Ballard Provoke Dismay, available on the Tax Analysts web site as Doc 2005-15578, 2005 TNT 140-3.


Also on Friday, Geri L. Dreiling published Tax Court Secrets Revealed; Policy Change Will Make Public Trial Court Reports That Were Formerly Off-Limits, ABA Journal e-Report (7/22/05)

(Thanks to Leandra Lederman for the tips.)  For prior TaxProf Blog coverage, see here, here, here, here, and here.

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