University of Florida

FlaLawOnline -

Skip to main Content   Search   Main Navigation   Resources   Website   Social   Address   What is this view

In the spotlight: Martin J. McMahon

Published: August 26th, 2002

Category: News Briefs

This summer, Clarence J. TeSelle Professor of Law Martin J. McMahon published Federal Income Taxation of Individuals,Third Edition (Warren Gorham & Lamont, 2002) with Boris I. Bittker & Lawrence A. Zelenak) a 1,900-page treatise. He also published 2002 revised editions of the Study Problems and Teachers’ Manual for three books:

• Federal Income Taxation of Partnerships and S Corporations, Third Edition (with P. McDaniel & D. Simmons, Foundation Press, 1999),

• Federal Income Taxation of Corporations, Second Edition (with P. McDaniel & D. Simmons) and

• Federal Income Taxation of Business Organizations, Third Edition (with P. McDaniel & D. Simmons, Foundation Press, 1999).

In addition, he published 2002 Annual Supplements for four books:

• Federal Income Taxation, Cases and Materials, Fourth Edition (with P. McDaniel, H. Ault & D. Simmons, Foundation Press, 1998),

• Federal Income Taxation of Partnerships and S Corporations, Third Edition (with P. McDaniel & D. Simmons, Foundation Press, 1999),

• Federal Income Taxation of Corporations, Second Edition (with P. McDaniel & D. Simmons) and

• Federal Income Taxation of Business Organizations, Third Edition (with P. McDaniel & D. Simmons, Foundation Press, 1999).

He also spoke on “Recent Developments in Federal Income Taxation” at the University of Virginia School of Law, 54th Annual Virginia Conference on Federal Taxation, Charlottesville, Virginia June 6, completed his two-year term as chair of the Committee on Teaching Taxation of the ABA Tax Section, and was appointed to the ABA Tax Section Committee on Committees.

Tagged as:

http://www.facebook.com/uflaw   http://www.twitter.com/uflaw

Footer

Resources

Website

Social links

Address

What is this view?

You are using a dynamic assistive view of the University of Florida site. It has all the same data and features of the original site but formatted just with assistive users in mind. It has links and content reorganized to aid assistive users and has controls at the bottom under assistive options that allow you to control key aspects such as font size and contrast colors etc.
This is not a separate text-only site, it's a dynamic view that uses unique technology from Usablenet to give assistive users better, more accessible access to the same content and features as all users that use the graphic view of the site.

Assistive Options

Top of page


Assistive Options

Open the original version of this page.

Usablenet Assistive is a Usablenet product. Usablenet Assistive Main Page.