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Section of Taxation:

Message From The Chair

Chair Kerry Ryan

Thank you for visiting the home page of the Teaching Taxation Committee. Our Committee does not have substantive jurisdiction, but we are involved in a variety of projects. Among other activities, we put on programs on a diverse range of issues at the Section's three meetings during the year, write and submit comment projects (especially where the project does not neatly fall within a single area of substantive committee jurisdiction), and act as a bridge between the Section and law students interested in tax practice.

Our programs are designed to interest both professors and practitioners, including young lawyers. The Committee welcomes full-time tax professors, adjunct tax professors, and anyone else interested in our activities. Please join us at our meetings and consider joining the Committee.

For more information on the Teaching Taxation Committee, please feel free to contact me or Vice Chairs Diane Ring, Omri Marian, and Philip Hackney.


Kerry A. Ryan
Chair, Teaching Taxation Committee
Associate Professor of Law
Saint Louis University School of Law

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The Status of the Tax Court post-Kuretski: Significant Shift, Minor Adjustment, or Nothing New?

September 18, 2015
The Supreme Court’s May 2015 denial of certiorari in Kuretski v. Commissioner now opens the field to other courts to assess the constitutionality of the Presidential power to remove Tax Court judges. This issue depends on whether the Tax Court is a court of law or an executive agency and whether that question is an absolute or contextual one. Challenges to Section 7443(f) are currently under consideration in a number of Tax Court cases, which would be appealed to different circuits. Foreshadowing the expected legal scrutiny of this question across circuits, panelists will discuss and debate the underlying legal questions and their implications.
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    Tax Reform and Implications for Financial Transactions


    This panel will focus on various aspects of the 2017 Tax Act, including limits on interest deductibility, issues arising under the transition tax, BEAT and other implications for financial transactions. Featured Speakers Brian Krause , Skadden Arps, New York, NY Matthew Stevens , EY, Washington, ...

    18th Annual US - Europe Tax Planning Strategies Conference

    Hotel Okura

    The 18th Annual Tax Planning Strategies U.S. and Europe will focus on practical planning strategies for multinational corporations and their international advisors, as well as provide insight into how government tax officials may view the international tax landscape in light of important international ...

    What Tax Reform Means for Affiliated and Related Corporations


    This panel will consider the effect of tax reform legislation, with a primary focus on consolidated return groups, including groups with foreign affiliates. The panel will consider a wide range of topics, including consolidated aspects of interest deduction limitations, NOL carryovers, and new Subpart ...

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