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2000

Administrative Law

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An Apology For Administrative Law In A Contracting State, Mark Seidenfeld Jan 2000

An Apology For Administrative Law In A Contracting State, Mark Seidenfeld

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Unfinished Business On The Taxpayer Rights Agenda: Achieving Fairness In Transferee Liability Cases, Steve R. Johnson Jan 2000

Unfinished Business On The Taxpayer Rights Agenda: Achieving Fairness In Transferee Liability Cases, Steve R. Johnson

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The taxpayer rights movement has been a driving force of tax legislation and administration for over a decade. It has produced the Taxpayer Bill of Rights (TBOR) in 1988, the Taxpayer Bill of Rights 2 (TBOR2) in 1996, the Taxpayer Bill of Rights 3 (TBOR3) in 1998, lesser statutory initiatives, and an array of important administrative changes by the Service. While the future of the movement can be debated, it is clear that, for now, it remains a force to be reckoned with in tax policy.

This article advances a proposal to extend and complete one thrust of the taxpayer ...


A Table Of Requirements For Administrative Rulemaking, Mark Seidenfeld Jan 2000

A Table Of Requirements For Administrative Rulemaking, Mark Seidenfeld

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No abstract provided.


The Challenge Of Teaching Administrative Law, Mark Seidenfeld Jan 2000

The Challenge Of Teaching Administrative Law, Mark Seidenfeld

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No abstract provided.


The False Promise Of The "New" Nondelegation Doctrine, Mark Seidenfeld, Jim Rossi Jan 2000

The False Promise Of The "New" Nondelegation Doctrine, Mark Seidenfeld, Jim Rossi

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No abstract provided.


Empowering Stakeholders: Limits On Collaboration As The Basis For Flexible Regulation, Mark Seidenfeld Jan 2000

Empowering Stakeholders: Limits On Collaboration As The Basis For Flexible Regulation, Mark Seidenfeld

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No abstract provided.