Vol. 70, No. 3 - Spring 2017

 

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Vol. 70 No. 3 (Spring 2017)

CONTENTS

2017 Erwin N. Griswold Lecture Before the American College of Tax Counsel: A (Not So) Modest Proposal
Karen L. Hawkins
Full Article

REPORT

Comments on Proposed Regulations Under Section 751(b)
American Bar Association Section of Taxation
Full Article

ARTICLES

Hot Asset Exchanges: Integrating Sections 704(c), 734(b), and 751(b)
Karen C. Burke
Full Article   |   Abstract

Proceed with Caution: D(e)riving a Hybrid Down the Tax Treaty On-Ramp
Andrew Walker
Full Article   |   Abstract

NOTES

Out of Bounds: How Garcia v. Commissioner Illustrates the Impossibility of Applying the Rules of Taxation Affecting Nonresident Alien Athletes
Jay L. Tymkovich
Full Article

Kuretski v. Commissioner: The Tax Court’s Identity Crisis
Spencer P. Williams
Full Article

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