Section of Taxation Publications
  VOL. 57
NO. 3

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ARTICLESSection Members Only
The Role of Federalism in Administering a National System of Taxation
Robert T. Danforth
Full Article
Some Things That Multilateral Tax Treaties Might Usefully Do
Richard L. Reinhold
Full Article
Twelfth Annual Griswold Lecture Before The American College of Tax Counsel: " Expert Testimony on the Law"
Bernard Wolfman
Full Article
ABA Section of Taxation: Report of the Task Force on Judicial Deference
Are Tax Shelter Clients' Identities Protected by Section 7525 Privilege or Left Out in the Cold? United States v. BDO Seidman
Angela Ahern
Full Article
What Is Reasonable Compensation for Deduction Purposes? Two Tests Exist But Neither Paints a Clear Picture, as Evidenced in Devine Bros. v. Commissioner
Jason L. Behrens

Full Article
Deference to Revenue Rulings Seemingly Inconsistent with Treasury Regulations: Aeroquip-Vickers, Inc. v. Commissioner
Juhong Cha

Full Article
Fishing for Regulations: The Tax Court Makes its Own Income Sourcing Rules: Francisco v. Commissioner
William F. Ferreira

Full Article
The New Gray Area for the "Blue Book" After Robinson v. Commissioner: Twelve Factors to Keep in Mind When Using The Blue Book as a Tool of Statutory Interpretation
Travis M. Seegmiller
Full Article
Are Attorneys' Fees Income to the Taxpayer? The Inequitable and Inconsistent Result of the Ninth Circuit's State Attorney Lien Law Approach: Banaitis v. Commissioner
Chris Staton Spicer

Full Article
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