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Steve Johnson
Professor of LawSteve Johnson
  1. Reasonable Relation Reassessed: The Examination of Private Documents by Federal Regulatory Agencies, 56 NEW YORK UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 742 (1981).

  2. The Taxpayer's Duty of Consistency, 46 TAX LAW REVIEW 537 (1991).

  3. Fog, Fairness, and the Federal Fisc: Tenancy-by-the-Entireties Interests and the Federal Tax Lien, 60 MISSOURI LAW REVIEW 839 (1995).
  4. Writer Says Tax Liens Should Attach to Tenancy-by-the-Entireties Interests, 96 TAX NOTES TODAY 68-18 (1996).
  5. The Phoenix and the Perils of the Second Best: Why Heightened Appellate Deference to Tax Court Decisions Is Undesirable, 77 OREGON LAW REVIEW 235 (1998).
  6. The Proposed Tax Advisor-Client Privilege: An Idea Whose Time Should Never Come, 78 TAX NOTES 1041 (1998).

  7. Targets Missed and Targets Hit: Critical Tax Studies and Effective Tax Reform, 76 NORTH CAROLINA LAW REVIEW 1771 (1998).
  8. Tax Profs Urge Rejection of Burden-of-Proof Shift, (with others), 78 TAX NOTES 755 (1998).

  9. The Dangers of Symbolic Legislation: Perceptions and Realties of the New Tax Burden-of-Proof Rules, 84 IOWA LAW REVIEW 413 (1999). [HeinOnline]
  10. After Drye: The Likely Attachment of the Federal Tax Lien to Tenancy-by-the-Entireties Interests, 75 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 1163 (2000).

  11. A Residual Damages Right Against the IRS: A Cure Worse than the Disease, 88 TAX NOTES 395 (2000).

  12. Supreme Court Tax Jurisprudence Isn’t All Bad, 87 TAX NOTES 855 (2000).

  13. Unfinished Business on the Taxpayer Rights Agenda: Achieving Fairness in Transferee Liability Cases, 19 VIRGINIA TAX REVIEW 403 (2000).

  14. Discovery in Summary Assessment Proceedings, 93 TAX NOTES 539 (2001).
  15. Federal Tax Collection in the Era of Drye, 9 NEVADA LAWYER 15 (October 2001).

  16. The IRS as Super Creditor, 92 TAX NOTES 655 (2001) .


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