Michael J. McIntyre (Wayne State), age 71, died on August 14, 2013 at his home after a long illness:
Michael graduated from Providence College in 1964 and then served in the Peace Corps in Bhopal, India, where he was a teacher of mathematics and English and a builder of windmills. He studied at Harvard Law School, graduating with a JD in 1969, and later returned to Harvard to become the Director of Training at the International Tax Program. In 1975 he became a Professor of Law at Wayne State University Law School in Detroit where he taught until his death.
A recognized authority on taxation, and particularly international tax law, Michael was the founding editor of Tax Notes International, published a multitude of books and articles on a wide variety of tax topics, and was a frequent consultant to the United Nations, as well as to national governments on six continents (including Australia, Bangladesh, Brazil, Canada, Egypt, New Zealand, Peru, Romania, Spain, United States and Vietnam). ...
A memorial service will be held at 11 AM on Saturday, August 24th, at St. Mary’s Student Parish, 331 Thompson St., in Ann Arbor, MI. ... In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in memory of Michael J. McIntyre to the Karmanos Cancer Institute. Please designate specifically “for prostate cancer research;” the family is especially grateful to Dr. Elisabeth Heath and the entire staff at Karmanos who helped give Mike an extra seven years of life.
(Hat Tip: David Cay Johnston, Rick Krever.)