Think Before You Sue: Bad Planning Leads to Bad Results.

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This post addresses a case from the Court of Federal Claims, which dismissed a refund claim on jurisdictional grounds. The taxpayer had pursued multiple overlapping cases in tax court, district court and the Court of Federal Claims, and the prior tax court case eliminated subject matter jurisdiction over its refund claim.

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