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State and Local Tax Lawyer 2007 Symposium Edition

State and Local Tax Lawyer 2007 Symposium Edition
Product Code: 5470722
Publication Date: June 2, 2009
ISBN: 1093-6785
Page Count: 260
Trim Size: 6 x 9 Paperback
Sponsoring Entities: Section of Taxation
Topics: Taxation
Format: Book - 5470722
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About this Product

In the field of state and local taxation, no other clause of -- or silence within -- the Constitution has as much significance as the Commerce Clause. It yields the fundamental limitations on state taxing power with which professionals in our field grapple daily -- nexus, discrimination, and fair apportionment to name a few. This compilation of articles and essays presents analyses by pre­eminent authorities of not only the intricacies of these "day-to-day" issues, but also the theoretical underpinnings of Commerce Clause jurisprudence. The day-long program from which these pieces are adapted was held at Georgetown University Law Center on May 16th, 2007.

ABA Editorial Board: Editor in Chief - Debra Silverman Herman; Managing Editor - Jeffrey C. Glickman; Primary Editors - Brandee Tilman, Marc Simonetti

Georgetown Student Editorial Board: Editor in Chief - Robert J. Wille; Senior Symposium Editors - Brian Baltz, Claudiu P. Danciu, Melissa R. Johnson, Jimmy Kroger, Damian A. Myers, Jenny R. Robertson, Ryan Wyzik
Individual Articles Available!

The articles that appear in the 2007 Symposium Edition are available individually, in PDF format, at a cost of $25 each.

An Analysis of the Historical Development of the Dormant Commerce Clause in State Tax Cases
Craig B. Fields and Michael W. McLoughlin

The Requirements of Substantial Nexus and Fairly Related Under the Commerce Clause
Phillip M. Zinn

The Limits of Fair Apportionment: How Fair is Fair Enough?
David J. Shipley

The Dormant Commerce Clause and State Tax Discrimination: Parceling State Actions between Permissible and Impermissible Burdens
Philip M. Tatarowicz

If the World is Flat -- Does the Foreign Commerce Clause Need a Better Compass?
Sarah L. McGahan and Timothy H. Gillis

State Taxation and Interstate Commerce: A Generalist's View of Today's Terrain
Mark Tushnet

Federalism and the Commerce Clause: A Comparative Perspective
Reuven S. Avi-Yonah

The Final Word: Congress and the Express Commerce Clause
Arthur R. Rosen and Jeffrey S. Reed

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Preface PDF

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