Star Forum: The Upsides and Downsides of Ending Chevron Deference, 154 TAX NOTES 1287 (Mar. 6, 2017) (with Steve R. Johnson, Joseph B. Judkins, & Donald B. Susswein)
Separation of powers bill has wrong target, San. Fran. Daily Journal, Aug. 30, 2016, at 10.
The Proposed Separation of Powers Restoration Act: Why?, 41 Admin. & Reg. L. News 6 (Summer 2016).
The IRS’s Multi-Mission Mismatch Problem, 150 TAX NOTES 1349 (Mar. 14, 2016).
Home Concrete: Impressions from Oral Argument, 134 TAX NOTES 579 (Jan. 24, 2012).
Goodbye Tax Exceptionalism, ENGAGE (Vol. 12, Issue 3) (2011).
Swallows Holding Ltd. v. Commissioner: Limited Progress in Rejecting Tax Exceptionalism in Administrative Law, ENGAGE (Vol. 9, Issue 2) (2008).
The Administrative Law of Borrowed Regulations: Legal Questions Regarding the Bankruptcy Law’s Incorporation of IRS Standards, 2008 NORTON BANKR. L. ADVISER 1 (with Matthew Stephenson).
Letter to the Editor: Chevron Isn’t the Answer to APA Question, 117 TAX NOTES 533 (Oct. 29, 2007).
Evaluating DaimlerChrysler v. Cuno: The Constitutionality of State Tax Incentives, and Standing to Challenge Them, LEGAL TIMES (March 6, 2006).
DaimlerChrysler v. Cuno and the Constitutionality of State Tax Incentives for Economic Development, ENGAGE (Vol. 7, Issue 1) (2006).
Taxpayer Standing and DaimlerChrysler v. Cuno: Where Do We Go from Here?, 110 TAX NOTES 863 (Feb. 20, 2006), with Donald B. Tobin.