Attorney-at-Law

ASKED AND ANSWERED – PART DEUX

In Uncategorized on 02/23/2021 at 17:06

The old speaking objection at depositions arises today in an e-mail exchange between myself and the Public Affairs Counsel at Tax Court, which I set forth in its entirety, unaltered,  hereinbelow.

Monday, February 22, 2021 6:08 AM

Subject: DAWSON: Searches and Links

Ms Siegel, Has any progress been made towards restoring the “Opinions Search” and “Orders Search” functions on the Tax Court website? If so, when is it anticipated these functions will be restored? If not, why not?

Has any progress been made towards restoring the ability to link to opinions and orders, so that when I cite an opinion or order on my blog, the reader can access the text via hyperlink or similar? If so, when is it anticipated this function will be restored? If not, why not?

Both the above capabilities existed under the old Tax Court website protocols. Is there any reason why either or both should not be restored?

If so, what is the reason?

I have simultaneously sent the text of the e-mailto DAWSON.support.

Lewis C. Taishoff, Esq.

 

Tue, Feb 23, 2021 12:26 pm

Hi, Mr. Taishoff–

Thank you for your inquiry. The Court does not publicly comment on our feature roadmap, including what additional features will be added or when.  The Court continues to develop and regularly deploy new features.

Jennifer

Jennifer E. Siegel

Public Affairs Counsel

U.S. Tax Court

 

FWIW.

 

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