Spring 2017 Course Schedule

Taxation of Business Entities (LAW-639A-001)
Jonathan Grossberg

Meets: 01:30 PM - 02:50 PM (MW) - Room N105

Enrolled: 8 / Limit: 22

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Notices

**Pending faculty approval** Pre-requisite: Federal Personal Income Tax (LAW-647)

Description

An examination of cases and materials pertaining to the Internal Revenue Code as applied to business entities, focusing on corporations and passthroughs (e.g., partnerships). Topics include, but are not limited to, the tax consequences related to formation, operation, and liquidation of entities and distributions by entities. Does not fulfill the upper-level writing requirement.

Textbooks and Other Materials

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Robert J. Peroni and Steven A. Bank, Taxation of Business Enterprises: Cases and Materials (West, 4th Ed., 2012). [If there is a new edition released before the semester begins, we will use it.]

Steven A. Bank and Kirk J. Stark, Selected Sections: Corporate and Partnership: Income Tax Code and Regulations (Foundation Press, 2016-2017 Edition)

First Class Readings

Taxation of Business Entities: pp. 1-10, 15-25, 671-675, 780-782

*** PLEASE NOTE: The attached syllabus is a draft subject to change ***

Syllabus

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