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 practice. 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.
Robert F. Reilly and Connor J. Thurman, What Tax Lawyers Need to Know About the Measurement of Functional and Economic Obsolescence in the Industrial or Commercial Property Valuation (Part 2)
Stephen M. Breitstone and Jerome M. Hesch, Aligning Interests in the Sale of a Business: Financial and Income Tax Traps Estate Planners Need to Know (Part 1)
David Shechtman and Matt Meltzer, IRS Finalizes 1031 Real Property Regs: What’s In, What’s Out, And What to Do
Jerry David August, Ronald A. Levitt, and Stephen R. Looney, Demystifying the 20 Percent Deduction for Qualified Business Income under Section 199a (Part 1)
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