United States District Court

There are times when tax controversies cannot be resolved with the Internal Revenue Service or with a state tax authority. The professionals at Andreozzi Bluestein possess extensive experience in litigating tax matters in federal, state, and territorial courts.

United States District Court

There are times when tax controversies cannot be resolved with the Internal Revenue Service or with a state tax authority. The professionals at Andreozzi Bluestein possess extensive experience in litigating tax matters in federal, state, and territorial courts.

Federal tax cases may also be litigated in the United States District Courts.  To file a tax case in the U.S. District Court, taxpayers must first pay the disputed amount for one or more tax periods and then request a refund from the IRS. If the IRS denies the refund claim, and after the taxpayer exhausts all IRS administrative remedies, the taxpayer may then file a suit in the U.S. District Court. Unlike the U.S. Tax Court, taxpayers are then entitled to a jury trial if they so choose. Decisions can be appealed to the federal Circuit Court of Appeals, and then to the U.S. Supreme Court.

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