Rosen v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue, 111920 FEDTAX, 10540-19S
|Opinion Judge:||Peter J. Panuthos Special Trial Judge|
|Party Name:||ROBERT ROSEN, Petitioner(s), v. COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE, Respondent|
|Case Date:||November 19, 2020|
|Court:||United States Tax Court|
Peter J. Panuthos Special Trial Judge
By Order dated October 16, 2020, the Court directed the parties to either (1) submit settlement documents, (2) file a stipulation of settled issues, or (3) file further status reports, by November 13, 2020, advising the Court as to the then present status of this case. On November 10, 2020, respondent filed a status report advising the Court that this case was not susceptible to settlement without the necessity of a trial. There was no report filed by or on behalf of petitioner.
The Court will calendar this case for trial at the February 1, 2021, Pocatello, Idaho remote proceeding. The Court notes that petitioner requested New York, New York as his place of trial. This will be a remote proceeding, but the Clerk of the Court will provide clinic information for New York, New York.
Upon due consideration and for cause, it is
ORDERED that this case is calendared for trial during the Court's February 1, 2021, Pocatello, Idaho trial session to be conducted remotely as further described in the Notice of Remote Proceeding attached to this Order. It is further
ORDERED that the Clerk of the Court shall also serve on the parties: (1) a Notice of Remote Proceeding that shall contain comprehensive instructions on how to participate in the above-referenced remote proceeding, (2) a copy of the Standing Pretrial Order for the Court's February 1, 2021, Pocatello, Idaho trial session, and (3) clinic letter(s) for New York, New York.
This Order constitutes official notice of its contents to the parties.
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