August 11, 2017 News & Announcements

The Practical Tax Lawyer – Summer 2017 Issue Is Available

Produced in cooperation with the Tax Section and published by ALI-CLE, The Practical Tax Lawyer offers concise, practice-oriented articles to assist lawyers with all aspects of tax law. The articles are written by practitioners and are reviewed by an expert board of editorial advisors who are members of the ABA Tax Section and are appointed by the Section. Published four times yearly, each issue of The Practical Tax Lawyer brings you pragmatic, nuts-and-bolts advice on how to solve your clients’ tax problems. The Summer issue features the following articles.

Ted David, Learn to Love the IRS (regular feature)

Bradley R. Gould and Stephen R. Looney, Update On S Corporations

David W. Zimmerman, Layla J. Asali , Linda E. Carlisle, Andrew L. Howlett, and Daniel R. Barron, IRS Comments on North/South Ruling and Current Ruling Posture for Section 355 Transactions

Robert E. Ward, Look Before You Leap: When Renouncing U.S. Citizenship May Not Be a Good Idea

Henry Stow Lovejoy, Reasonable Cause for International Information Return Penalties - What Is the Standard?

Robert G. Nassau, An Introduction to District Court Income Tax Jurisdiction

Casey S. August, The New Section 385 Debt-Equity Regulations – Who’s Impacted and What Does It Mean for the Rest of Us?

Robert F. Reilly, What Tax Lawyers Need to Know About Unit Valuations, Summation Valuations, and Business Valuations for Property Tax Purposes

Index to Volumes 30 and 31 (2016-2017)

Tax Section members are entitled to a subscription discount. For more information, visit PTL’s webpage: https://www.ali-cle.org//index.cfm?fuseaction=publications.periodical&pub=PTL.