Faculty Scholarship & Activities: Jan. 22, 2013
Omri Y. Marian
Assistant Professor of Law
Marian just published his paper “Meaningless Comparisons: Corporate Tax Reform Discourse in the United States” at Virginia Tax Review. The cite is 32 Va. Tax. Rev. 133 (2012).
Martin J. McMahon Jr.
Stephen C. O’Connell Professor of Law
McMahon published the 2013-1 Supplement to Bittker, McMahon & Zelenak, Federal Income Taxation of Individuals, Third Edition (Warren, Gorham & Lamont, 2002) (with Lawrence A. Zelenak).
McMahon presented at the University of Texas School of Law 60th Annual Taxation Conference in Austin, Texas, on Dec. 5, 2012. Topic: “Recent Federal Income Tax Developments” (jointly with Prof. Ira Shepard).
Carl B. Schwait
Schwait was recently re-elected to his fifth two-year term (starting June 2013) as the singular representative for the 8th Judicial Circuit to The Florida Bar Board of Governors, the governing board of The Florida Bar. He is currently serving his second year as the chair of the Board Review Committee on Professionalism and Ethics, having also served previously two terms as co-chair of the board’s Disciplinary Review Committee, the board’s largest committee. In 2011, Schwait received one of The Florida Bar’s highest awards, the President’s Award of Merit, for his overseeing the restructuring and rewriting of the advertising rules of Florida, which was recently argued before the Florida Supreme Court.