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Scholarship and Activities: Martin J. McMahon

Published: August 25th, 2003

Category: News Briefs

Clarence J. TeSelle Professor Martin J. McMahon, Jr. published 2003-1 Cumulative Supplements to the following: Federal Income Taxation of Individuals, Third Edition (Warren, Gorham & Lamont, 2002) (with Boris I. Bittker & Lawrence A. Zelenak); Federal Income Taxation of Partnerships and S Corporations, Third Edition, and accompanying Study Problems (with P. McDaniel & D. Simmons) (Foundation Press, 1999); Federal Income Taxation of Corporations, Second Edition, and accompanying Study Problems (with P. McDaniel & D. Simmons) (Foundation Press, 1999); Federal Income Taxation of Business Organizations, Third Edition, and accompanying Study Problems and Teacher’s Manual (with P. McDaniel & D. Simmons) (Foundation Press, 1999); and Federal Income Taxation, Cases and Materials, Fourth Edition (with P. McDaniel, H. Ault & D. Simmons) (Foundation Press, 1998). He spoke in June at the State Bar of New Mexico Tax Symposium in Albuquerque, N.M., on “Recent Federal Income Tax Developments” (jointly with Prof. Ira Shepard); University of Virginia School of Law’s 55th Annual Virginia Conference on Federal Taxation in Charlottesville on “Recent Developments in Federal Income Taxation,” and in May at the American Bar Association, Tax Section, Real Estate Committee Meeting in Washington, D.C. on a panel on “Attorney- Client Privilege and Other Sensitive Ethical Issues in Transactions and Litigation.”

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