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Increasing Transparency In The US Tax Court

By Leandra Lederman · December 4, 2018, 6:57 PM EST

Transparency is a widely accepted judicial norm. It increases courts’ accountability, and thereby increases the confidence and trust litigants and the general public have in courts’ decision-making. Access to U.S. Tax...

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