Who515 Investment Partners, et al v. CIR

Petitioner - Appellant: WHO515 INVESTMENT PARTNERS, MARK SCHOLTEN and TAX MATTERS PARTNER
Respondent - Appellee: COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE
Case Number: 18-60267
Filed: April 13, 2018
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit
Nature of Suit: Other

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Petitioner - appellant: WHO515 INVESTMENT PARTNERS
Represented By: George Tomas Rhodus
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Petitioner - appellant: MARK SCHOLTEN
Represented By: George Tomas Rhodus
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Petitioner - appellant: TAX MATTERS PARTNER
Represented By: George Tomas Rhodus
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Respondent - appellee: COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE
Represented By: David A. Hubbert
Represented By: William M. Paul
Represented By: Gilbert Steven Rothenberg
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