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Friday, March 30, 2012

15th Annual Critical Tax Conference Continues Today at Seton Hall

Critical Tax Page 1 FinalThe 15th Annual Critical Tax Conference continues today at Seton Hall:

Keynote:  Dorothy Brown (Emory), Tales from a Tax Crit

Panel #1:

  • Tracy Kaye (Seton Hall) (moderator)
  • Mirit Eyal-Cohen (Pittsburgh), Size Doesn’t Matter: A Critical Analysis of Small Business Definitions
  • Emily Satterthwaite (Toronto), The Sub-S Shelter and Choice-of-Entity for Entry-Level Entrepreneurs: A Modest Proposal
  • Jay Soled (Rutgers Business School), The Internal Revenue Code and Automobiles: A Case Study of Taxable Fringe Benefits and Taxpayer Noncompliance

Panel #2:

Panel #3:

  • Leslie M. Book (Villanova) (moderator)
  • Anthony C. Infanti (Pittsburgh), Tax Reform Discourse
  • Omri Marian (Sullivan & Cromwell, New York), Meaningless Comparisons: Corporate Tax Reform Discourse in the United States
  • Ajay K. Mehrotra (Indiana), Sharing the Burden: Law, Politics, and the Making of the Modern American Fiscal State, 1880-1930

Panel #4:

  • Mary Lou Fellows (Minnesota) (moderator)
  • Mildred W. Robinson (Virginia), Skin in the Game: Invisible Taxpayers, Invisible Citizens
  • David Herzig (Valparaiso), Disregarding DOMA: A Call for Action by the IRS
  • Nancy Shurtz (Oregon), Relationship LLCs: Can Partnership Taxation Solve Same Sex Discrimination?
  • Abiola Sanni (University of Lagos), VAT and Administration in a Federal System--Recent Developments in Nigeria

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