Spring 2017 Course Schedule

Taxation of Business Entities (LAW-639A-002)
Andrew Weiner

Meets: 08:00 PM - 09:20 PM (MW) - Room N101

Enrolled: 16 / Limit: 40

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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. This course is essentially two mini-courses that were formerly taught separately, corporate tax and partnership tax. Because of the increasing use of passthroughs (especially, LLCs) by businesses of all sizes, it is important that future transactional lawyers understand something of the taxation schemes for both types of entities. The method of assessment will be an exam.

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