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Monday, December 2, 2013

2013 Tannenwald Tax Writing Competition Results

TannenwaldHere are the  results in the 2013 Tannenwald Tax Writing Competition, sponsored by The Theodore Tannenwald, Jr. Foundation for Excellence in Tax Scholarship and the American College of Tax Counsel:

  • First Prize (tie) ($3,750):  Kate B. Deal (Georgetown), Incentivizing Conservation: Capping Land Trusts’ Acceptance of Tax-Preferred Easements to Maximize Overall Conversation Value,  101 Geo. L.J. 1587 (2013) (Faculty Sponsor:  Ronald A. Pearlman)
  • First Prize (tie) ($3,750):  Franziska Hertel (Columbia), Qui Tam for Tax? Lessons from the States, 113 Colum. L. Rev. 1897 (2013)  (Faculty Sponsor:  Alex Raskolnikov)
  • Third Prize ($1,500):  Beomjune Kim (NYU), Reconciling Transfer Pricing with Customs Valuation: How to Bridge the Gap?  (Faculty Sponsor:  H. David Rosenbloom)
  • Honorable Mention:  William G. Cochran (Stanford), Searching for Diamond in the Two-And-Twenty Rough: The Taxation of Carried Interests  (Faculty Sponsor:  Joseph Bankman)
  • Honorable Mention:  Alex Goodenough (Georgetown), Commensurate With Income and the Arm’s Length Standard: The Problem of Pricing Intangibles  (Faculty Sponsor:  David Ernick)

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Congratulations Kate! Good Luck & Best wishes... :-)

Posted by: Suzanne Frontera | Dec 6, 2013 10:56:56 AM