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Monday, May 22, 2017

3rd Annual Mid-Career Tax Professors Workshop Kicks Off Today At Arkansas

Arkansas Fayetteville LogoPanel #1

Jennifer Bird-Pollan (Kentucky), Sovereignty, Tax, and BITs
Commentator: David Herzig (Valparaiso)

John Brooks (Georgetown), Income Tax as Wealth Tax
Commentator:  Rebecca Kysar (Brooklyn)

Emily Cauble (DePaul), Tax Law’s Inconsistent Treatment of Gains and Losses
Commentator:  Heather Field (UC-Hastings)

Panel #2

Steven Dean (Brooklyn), The Cost of Tax Accidents
Commentator:  Susan Morse (Texas)

Brian Galle (Georgetown), Intelligent Agents
Commentator:  Miranda Perry Fleischer (San Diego)

David Walker (Boston University), Taxation of Corporate/Bank Owned Life Insurance (COLI/BOLI)
Commentator:  Sarah Lawsky (Northwestern)

Panel #3

Miranda Perry Fleischer (San Diego), The Hidden Impact of the Tax Code on Equality of Opportunity
Commentator: Jordan Barry (San Diego)

Rebecca Kysar (Brooklyn), The Problem with Delegating Tax
Commentator:  Leigh Osofsky (Miami)

Shu-Yi Oei (Tulane), Leak Driven Law, 65 UCLA L. Rev. __ (2018)
Commentator:  Jennifer Bird-Pollan (Kentucky)

Panel #4

Mirit Eyal-Cohen (Alabama), Entrepreneurship, Intrapreneurship, and Tax Spending
Commentator:  Will Foster (Arkansas)

David Herzig (Valparaiso), The EFT Revolution: A Better Investment or a Canary in the Coalmine?
Commentator:  John Brooks (Georgetown)

Charlene Luke (Florida), Tax-driven Intermediaries
Commentator:  Steven Dean (Brooklyn)

Panel #5

Leigh Osofsky (Miami), De Minimis Exceptions
Commentator:  David Walker (Boston University)

Del Wright (Valparaiso), The Continued Erosion of IRS Remedies to Combat Estate, Gift, and Transfer Tax Avoidance Transactions
Commentator:  Emily Cauble (DePaul)

2015 Conference at Ohio State (Day 1, Day 2)
2016 Conference at UC-Davis (Day 1, Day 2)

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Comments

I wonder whether Congress can delegate authority to the President to set the tax rates?

Posted by: Andre L. Smith | May 22, 2017 4:06:54 PM