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Amicus Curiae Brief in Health and Human Services v. Florida (Affordable Care Act Litigation) on Behalf of Tax Law Professors in Support of Vacatur
This amicus brief was filed in Health and Human Services v. Florida (the Affordable Care Act litigation) and gave an overview of the tax assessment and tax collection processes. It also sought to correct an error in the ...
Guarantee of S Corporation Debt Did Not Increase Basis
A short analysis of the Tax Court case William H. Maloof, TCM 2005-75. Maloof guaranteed a $4 million loan for an S corporation which the company eventually defaulted on. Maloof argued that his loan guarantee should allow ...
An Update On Innocent Spouse Claims
An Update On Innocent Spouse Claims provides an overview of innocent spouse claims, ranging from issues related to the filing of returns during divorce proceedings or during troubled marriages, an overview of innocent ...
It’s Debatable: Does ‘Under God’ Belong in Pledge?
A debate on whether the phrase “Under God” should be included in the Pledge of Allegiance.
It's Debatable: Immigration of radical Islamics
(Lubbock Avalanche-Journal, 2015-09-20)
Arnold Loewy, the George Killam Professor of Criminal Law at the Texas Tech School of Law, and Allen Adkins, a Lubbock lawyer, debate Muslim immigration to the U.S.
Teaching Materials on Estate Planning
A casebook comprehensively reviewing the estate planning process.
It’s Debatable: Gay Marriage: Is It Right or Wrong?
A debate over whether gay marriage is right or wrong.
Professor Aloysius A. Leopold: An Extraordinary Man
A tribute to Professor Aloysius A. Leopold who taught law at St. Mary’s University School of Law for over forty years.
Whom Are We Teaching? Independent Students Who Defy Categorization
A short essay discussing legal writing student responses to the question of who are they. The author encourages other law professors to also ask their students about who the students are and discusses how many students ...
Cultivating a Professional Attitude
A short essay suggesting that law school professors can have an impact on their law students’ perceptions of the practice of law. Professors should model the professionalism they want to instill in their law students, ...