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CASE ENTRY

Presley v. United States

Eleventh Circuit: In 1980, the Soviet hockey team hadn’t lost an Olympic game since 1968 and had, just a few weeks before the Lake Placid Games, soundly defeated the U.S. by a score of 10–3. But, a miracle on ice! The U.S. wins gold. Indeed, says Judge Rosenbaum: “Our history contains many such stories of triumphs over long odds.” But the instant case, which has naught to do with hockey, “is not one of those.”


Tags: 2018, Eleventh Circuit, IRS, Judge Rosenbaum

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