Attorney Wade Fisher has been admitted to practice before the United States Tax Court. The Tax Court, which is established by Congress under Article 1 of the United States Constitution, primarily resolves disputes regarding tax deficiencies determined by the Internal Revenue Service but also has jurisdiction to handle other matters such as ordering the abatements of interest, awarding administrative and litigation costs, determining relief from joint and several liability on joint returns, and reviewing awards to whistleblowers. Fisher is also admitted to practice in the courts of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and in the United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania.

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