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Shakow: A Concrete Shoe for Brand X?

David J. Shakow (Pennsylvania), A Concrete Shoe for Brand X?, 135 Tax Notes 651 (Apr. 30, 2012): The Supreme Court’s decision in Home Concrete raises new questions about the deference to be given to administrative pronouncements that conflict with prior judicial decisions. Unfortunately, the opinions of a divided Court leave...
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