The Tax Lawyer, the nation’s premier, peer-reviewed tax law journal, is published quarterly as a service to its members by the American Bar Association Section of Taxation. Abstracts can be viewed by anyone, but full text pdfs are accessible only to members of the Section.
Links to the full articles will be posted when the next issue is published.
Vol. 72, No. 3 (Spring 2019)
Section 199A and Choice of Passthrough Entity
Karen C. Burke
What’s Wrong with Strict Liability and Non-Monetary Penalties? The Case for Reasonable Fault-Based Civil Tax Penalties and Procedural Protections (Paper from the 3rd International Conference on Taxpayer Rights)
Erwin N. Griswold Lecture
2019 Erwin N. Griswold Lecture Before the American College of Tax Counsel: Proper Application of the Judicial Doctrines and the Elimination of Section “I Don't Like It”
Richard M. Lipton
Should My Lawyer Do My Taxes? Income Tax Preparation, Accounting Services, and the Scope of the Attorney-Client Privilege
Nicholas E. Hakun