2010 Erwin N. Griswold Lecture Before the American College of Tax Counsel: Taking the Bull by Its Horns: Some Thoughts on Constitutional Due Process in Tax CollectionNina E. Olson
The Regulatory Systems for Employee BenefitsBrian A. Benko
Premium Financed Surprises: Cancellation of Indebtedness Income and Financed Life InsuranceRobert S. Bloink
The Option Conundrum in Tax Law: After All These Years, What Exactly Is an Option?Kevin J. Liss
Taxation and the Sabbatical: Doctrine, Planning, and PolicyJohn A. Miller and Robert Pikowsky
Beating the Dead Horse: Revisiting McDougal in Search of Substantial AuthorityRodney P. Mock
The Application of Conduit Theory in Interest Rate Swap Transactions: Schering-Plough Corporation v. United StatesSally Bergmann
A Gift to be Returned: Single-Member LLCs and Gift Tax Valuation in Pierre v. CommissionerBradley Sarnell
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