Bradley T. Borden (Brooklyn) & Douglas L. Longhofer (Martin, Pringle, Wichita, KS) have published The Effect of Like-Kind Property on the Section 704(c) Anti-Mixing Bowl Rules, 27 Tax Mgmt. Real Est. J. 131 (Mar. 2011). Here is the abstract: Section 704(c)(2) provides an exception to the § 704(c)(1)(B) anti-mixing bowl...
Bradley T. Borden (Brooklyn), The Overlap of Tax and Financial Aspects of Real Estate Ventures, 39 J. Real Est. Tax'n 67 (2012): This article examines the effect partnership tax law has on financial aspects of real estate ventures. ... Read Post
Yves Smith continues her look at the Wall Street Rule: Reader Deontos highlighted a post on Reuters by two Brooklyn Law School professors, Bradley Borden and David Reiss, on a subject near and dear to our hearts, the abject failure ... Read Post
The Tax Lawyer has published Vol. 64, No. 2 (Winter 2011): Bradley T. Borden (Brooklyn) & Douglas L. Longhofer (Martin Pringle, Wichita, KS), The Liability-Offset Theory of Peracchi, 64 Tax Law. 237 (2011) Douglas A. Kahn (Michigan)... Read Post