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Holding U.S. Corporations Accountable: Toward A Convergence Of U.S. International Tax Policy And International Human Rights, Jacqueline Laínez Flanagan Sep 2018

Holding U.S. Corporations Accountable: Toward A Convergence Of U.S. International Tax Policy And International Human Rights, Jacqueline Laínez Flanagan

Pepperdine Law Review

International human rights litigation underscores the inverse relationship between corporate power and corporate accountability, with recent Supreme Court decisions demonstrating increased judicial protections of corporate rights and decreased corporate accountability. This article explores these recent decisions through a tax justice framework and argues that the convergence of international human rights law and U.S. international tax policy affords alternate methods to hold corporations accountable for violations of international law norms. This article specifically proposes higher scrutiny of foreign tax credits and an anti-deferral regime targeting the international activity of U.S. corporations that use subsidiaries to shelter income and decrease taxation while …


No, You Really Don't Have To Pay: Protecting Tax Havens, Max Matthew Wallace Ii May 2018

No, You Really Don't Have To Pay: Protecting Tax Havens, Max Matthew Wallace Ii

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

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A Human Capital Theory Of Alimony And Tax, Tessa R. Davis Apr 2018

A Human Capital Theory Of Alimony And Tax, Tessa R. Davis

Faculty Publications

The current taxation of alimony is a broken scheme. Severed from any strong theoretical mooring, it draws lines in the sand between property settlement, child support, and alimony. The lack of coherence between the substance of alimony in family law and the tax concept of alimony (“tax alimony”) could be justified on other policy grounds, however. Yet current law, which allows the payor a deduction under §215 and requires inclusion by the recipient per §71, is difficult to interpret, resulting in frequent litigation and costly noncompliance. In short, the current concept of tax alimony fails to satisfy any of the …


Improving Tax Administration Is The Optimal Way To Increase Budget Revenues (In The Example Of Taxing Individual Entrepreneurship In Uzbekistan), Sh.B. Egamkulov Mar 2018

Improving Tax Administration Is The Optimal Way To Increase Budget Revenues (In The Example Of Taxing Individual Entrepreneurship In Uzbekistan), Sh.B. Egamkulov

Review of law sciences

In this article it is analyzed the development of tax administration, the profits of individuals and legal entities, the basis of taxation of individuals and legal entities, the basis of taxation of individual entrepreneurs, the incentives in the taxation.


The Economics Of American Higher Education In The New Gilded Age, Paul Campos Jan 2018

The Economics Of American Higher Education In The New Gilded Age, Paul Campos

Publications

No abstract provided.


Spite: Legal And Social Implications, Jeffrey L. Harrison Jan 2018

Spite: Legal And Social Implications, Jeffrey L. Harrison

UF Law Faculty Publications

Spite is not a simple concept. The same actions may be motivated by a desire to harm others as a source of the actor’s satisfaction. They may also be a reaction to a personal sense of injustice. Finally, spite-like actions are consistent with simply righting a wrong. This Article makes the case that spite, in its worst from, is comparable to theft. It is a taking of someone’s sense of well-being without consent. It also claims that the purchase of positional goods is ultimately spite driven. It canvasses tort law, contracts, tax law, trademark, and criminal law in an effort …