The U.S. Tax Court announced that Judge John O. Colvin has taken over as chief judge of the U.S. Tax Court as of June 1.

The 19 tax court judges regularly elect one of their members to serve as chief judge for a two-year term. The chief judge has responsibility for overall administration of the court, which hears cases in approximately 80 cities, in addition to a caseload.

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