Whistleblowers and Qui Tam for Tax Dennis J. Ventry, Jr.
Deconstructing the Duty to the Tax System: Unfettering Zealous Advocacy on Behalf of Lesbian and Gay TaxpayersAnthony C. Infanti
A Different Point of Venue: The Plainer Meaning of Section 7482(b)(1)James Bamberg
Judicial Deference to Tax Regulations: A Reconsideration in Light of National Cable, Swallows Holding, and Other Developments Mark E. Berg
The Case for Tax CreditsBrian H. Jenn
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