8 Hous. Bus. & Tax L.J. [i] (2007-2008)

handle is hein.journals/houbtalj8 and id is 1 raw text is: HOUSTON BUSINESS AND TAx LAw JOURNAL
CONTENTS
ELECTIVE TAXATION OF RISK-BASED FINANCIAL
INSTRUMENTS: A PROPOSAL
Sam uel D. Brunson  .......................................
FORMULAICALLY DESCRIBING 21ST CENTURY SUPREME
COURT TAX JURISPRUDENCE
Andre  L. Sm ith  ...........................................  37
WINOKUR, LOSE, OR DRAW: ART COLLECTORS LOSE AN
IMPORTANT TAX BREAK
Sam uel G. W ieczorek  ......................................  90
EYES WIDE SHUT: THE AMBIGUOUS POLITICAL
ACTIVITY PROHIBITION AND ITS EFFECTS ON
501(c)(3) ORGANIZATIONS
Am elia  Elacqua  ...........................................  113
GOOD SPIRITS OR SOUR GRAPES?: REACHING A TAX
COMPROMISE FOR DIRECT-TO-CONSUMER WINE
SELLERS UNDER QUILL, THE 21ST AMENDMENT,
AND THE DORMANT COMMERCE CLAUSE IN LIGHT
OF GRANHOLM V. HEALD
Ivy  Brooke Erin  Grey  .....................................  142
ARE MY RIGHTS IMPORTANT ENOUGH TO VINDICATE?
THE TEXAS SUPREME COURT RE-EVALUATES NON-
PARTY APPELLATE STANDING IN IN RE
LUMBERMENS
W illiam   L i ................................................  186

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