7 Hous. Bus. & Tax L.J. [i] (2006-2007)

handle is hein.journals/houbtalj7 and id is 1 raw text is: HOUSTON BUSINESS AND TAx LAw JOURNAL
CONTENTS
EVOLUTION OF THE FBAR: WHERE WE WERE, WHERE WE
ARE, AND WHY IT MATTERS
H ale  E. Sheppard  .........................................  1
SUBSTANCE OVER FORM? PHANTOM REGULATIONS AND
THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE
Amandeep  S. Grewal ......................................  42
IT IS TIME FOR THE SUPREME COURT TO VOICE ITS
OPINION ON ECONOMIC SUBSTANCE
Dr. Yoram  Keinan  ........................................  93
HOW INSOLVENT MULTINATIONAL BUSINESSES SHOULD
ADJUST TO CONGRESS'S CREATION: CHAPTER 15
N eil  D esai  ................................................  138
POST-9/11 BACKLASH DISCRIMINATION IN THE
WORKPLACE: EMPLOYERS BEWARE OF POTENTIAL
DOUBLE RECOVERY
Cassandra  M . Gandara  ...................................  169
SPENDING ON AN EMPTY WALLET: A CRITIQUE OF TAX
EXPENDITURES AND THE CURRENT FISCAL POLICY
Andrew  W oellner ..........................................  201

COPYRIGHT 2006 HOUSTON BUSINESS AND TAX LAW JOURNAL

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