In The Matter of Organic Greens, Inc. v. USA

Respondent: USA
Petitioner: In The Matter of Organic Greens, Inc.
Case Number: 1:2013cv00635
Filed: March 11, 2013
Court: Colorado District Court
Office: Denver Office
County: Denver
Presiding Judge: R. Brooke Jackson
Nature of Suit: Tax Suits: IRS-Third Party
Cause of Action: 26:7609 IRS: Petition for John Doe Summons
Jury Demanded By: None

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Date Filed#Document Text
April 18, 2013 12 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER Dismissing Petition to Quash Summons (granting 11 Motion to Dismiss). By Judge R. Brooke Jackson on 04/18/13. (alvsl)

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Respondent: USA
Represented By: Lindsay Laurie Clayton
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Petitioner: In The Matter of Organic Greens, Inc.
Represented By: Douglas Ivan Richards
Represented By: Stanley H. Marks
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