Attorney-at-Law

“I SING THE FORMATTING ELECTRONIC”

In Uncategorized on 07/22/2019 at 15:47

Or rather, I don’t, but Judge Gale corrects the electronic jamming of his order in Eileen Phyllis Strul a.k.a. Eileen P. Strul, Docket No. 26639-16, filed 7/22/19.

“Petitioner also requests that the Court clarify the last sentence of footnote two on the first page of the Court’s Order dated June 26, 2019, which reads: ‘In particular, and as discussed infra pp. 10-11, petitioner’s allegations may be relevant to the extent respondent was in possession of evidence that she was entitled to the premium tax credit but nonetheless failed to concede this case in a timely fashion.’

“The aforementioned reference to pages 10 and 11 of the Order dated June 26, 2019, was made with respect to the pagination of the Order as originally drafted before being electronically formatted for service, which caused a change in the pagination. The final sentence of footnote two instead should read: ‘In particular, and as discussed infra p. 8, petitioner’s allegations may be relevant to the extent respondent was in possession of evidence that she was entitled to the premium tax credit but nonetheless failed to concede this case in a timely fashion.’ We will direct that the Order dated June 26, 2019, be modified to reflect the correct pagination.” Order, at pp. 1-2.

Eileen also wants interest abated and her amended return for the year at issue dealt with, giving her a bigger refund. She gets most of what she wants from Judge Gale.

Of course, once you timely petition a SNOD, the whole year is up for grabs.

More than once I’ve found the pagination of opinions and orders, and transcripts of off-the-benchers attached to orders, scrambled by electronically-concocted pagination. I’m glad Judge Gale is dealing with this. It makes the blogger’s task (and the tasks of counsel who must quote from these) easier.

And I wish Judge Gale had designated this order. That would make my task even easier.

 

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