Section of Taxation Publications
  VOL. 54
NO. 3

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I Come to Bury Subchapter K, Not to Praise It
Philip F. Postlewaite
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Employee Benefits Considerations in Joint Ventures
Susan P. Serota
Full Article
The Tax Adviser's Privilege in Transactional Matters: A Synopsis and a Suggestion
Bruce Kayle
Full Article
A Transcontinental "A" Train: Foreign Mergers under Section 368(a)(1)(A)
Steven A. Bank
Full Article
Income Taxation, International Competitiveness and the World Trade Organization's Rules on Subsidies: Lessons to the U.S. and to the World from the FSC Dispute
Rosendo Lopez-Mata
Full Article
IN MEMORIAM: Charles M. Walker
Sherwin P. Simmons
Statement of Richard M. Lipton on Behalf of the American BarAssociation Section of Taxation, Before the Committee on Finance of the United States Senate on the Subject of Tax Simplification, April 26, 2001
Full Article
Comments Concerning Regulations Under Section 368 of the Internal Revenue Code Regarding Mergers Involving Disregarded Entities
Full Article
Comments Concerning IRS Notice 2001-10
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Assessing S Corporation Cancellation of Debt Income on Shareholders' Income and Basis in the S Corporation's Stock: Gitlitz v. Commissioner
Julie F. Bell
Full Article

Reasonableness, First Impression, and the Accuracy-Related Penalty: Neonatology Associates v. Commissioner

Mitzi Chang
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Fees Paid by Trustees for Investment Strategy Advice and Management Services are Not Deductible Under Section 67(e)(1): Mellon Bank, N.A. v. United States

Danielle M. Hohos
Full Article
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