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Category Archive for 'Tax Law'

The List of Expiring Federal Tax Provisions in the upcoming years of 2011-2012 was prepared by the staff of the Joint Committee on Taxation and published on January 6, 2012. … provides a listing of Federal tax provisions (other than those providing time-limited transition relief after the repeal of an underlying rule) that are currently scheduled to expire […]

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Check out our first 2011 addition to the Pace Law Library Podcasts site titled Estate and Gift Tax Law Articles of 2010.  Prof. Bridget Crawford from Pace Law School reviews interesting estate and gift tax law related articles that were published in the year of 2010.  Her review is forthcoming as an article in Tax Notes, titled […]

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Article titled Taxation, Pregnancy and Privacy by professor Bridget J. Crawford, Professor of Law and Associate Dean for Research and Faculty Development at the Pace University School of Law is featured on the Legal Theory Blog. This Article frames a discussion of surrogacy within the context of existing income tax laws. A surrogate receives money […]

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From the Legal Theory Blog: Prof. Bridget J. Crawford (Pace University School of Law) has posted Taxation, Pregnancy and Privacy (William & Mary Journal of Women and the Law, Forthcoming) on SSRN. Here is the abstract: This Article frames a discussion of surrogacy within the context of existing income tax laws. A surrogate receives money […]

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Article titled The Third Wave’s Break From Feminism by professor Bridget J. Crawford, Professor of Law and Associate Dean for Research and Faculty Development at the Pace University School of Law is featured on the Legal Theory Blog. Janet Halley proves that third-wave feminism is wrong – wrongly described, that is. Young feminists in the […]

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