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As US Pursues Tax From Lax in EDNY Judge Glasser Is Asked To Postpone US Motion

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EDNY COURTHOUSE, Nov 25 – A tax case gave rise to an hour-long hearing on the eve of Thanksgiving  before U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York Judge I. Leo Glasser. Inner City Press covered it. 

 Judge Glasser began by asking the basis for opposing the US Attorney's office moving for summary judgment.  

 The response was that the now deceased taxpayer Lax' wife believe she should only owe on the estate, and that the estate is "under water."  

After questions about standing to oppose a briefing schedule for the US' anticipated motion, headway was made.

  Judge Glasser said he was not in a position to tell the Government to do the reasonable thing.

He invited any of the parties to complain about his approach. It appears the US Attorney's Office will go forward. 

The case is US v. Lax, et al., 18-cv-4061 (Glasser, EDNY)


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