IRS Can't Get Another Try At French Tax Row, DC Circ. Told

Law360, New York (August 18, 2016, 1:53 PM EDT) -- The Internal Revenue Service should not be given another chance to justify its "wholly unsupported" position in a foreign tax dispute with dual U.S. and French citizens, the taxpayers told the D.C. Circuit on Wednesday, asking the panel not to send the case back to U.S. Tax Court.

A three-judge panel earlier this month reversed and remanded the Tax Court's April 2014 decision that sided with the IRS in the suit brought by Ory and Linda Eshel, who claimed that they were double taxed by U.S. and French authorities. The D.C. Circuit found that the Tax Court didn't give enough consideration...

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