Tuesday, September 15, 2015
Following up on our previous two tax symposia (links below), the Pepperdine Law Review and Essays & Reviews Editor Brady Cox have assembled a glittering array of participants for an online symposium to be published on October 28: The Impact of King v. Burwell on Judicial Deference to IRS Determinations:
- Ellen Aprill (Loyola-L.A.), King v. Burwell and Tax Court Review of Regulations
- Andy Grewal (Iowa), King v. Burwell: Where Were the Tax Professors?
- Kristin Hickman (Minnesota), The Unintended Consequence of King v. Burwell
- Stephanie Hoffer (Ohio State) & Chris Walker (Ohio State), Is the Chief Justice a Tax Lawyer?
- Steve Johnson (Florida State), The Rise and Fall of Chevron in Tax
- Leandra Lederman (Indiana) & Joseph Dugan (J.D. 2015, Indiana), King v. Burwell: What Does It Portend for Chevron’s Domain?
- David Gamage (UC-Berkeley), Commentary
Previous Pepeprdine Law Review tax symposia:
- Tax Advice for the Second Obama Administration, 40 Pepp. L. Rev. 1143-1440 (2013)
- Tax Reform in a Time of Crisis