The American University Business Law Review (“AUBLR”) is committed to publishing high-quality and high-impact pieces that combine cutting-edge legal analysis with novel solutions to address the complex challenges that impact businesses today. AUBLR is the first law review in Washington, D.C. dedicated solely to business issues. AUBLR also organizes and sponsors an annual symposium where leading scholars and practitioners assemble to address particularly pressing issues facing the business law community.
AUBLR is edited and produced by students at the American University Washington College of Law (“AUWCL”). AUBLR publishes a print volume entitled the American University Business Law Review and an online journal entitled the BLR Buzz Blog. The print volume features a broad range of scholarship that covers developing legal trends in a variety of business law topics. It appears each academic year and its articles are made available in print, through our website, and via HeinOnline, Lexis, and Westlaw. The BLR Buzz online journal features articles on a rolling basis throughout the calendar year. AUBLR welcomes articles submitted by academics and practitioners. For more information about AUBLR’s submissions policy, please visit the submissions page.
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Spring 2018 Symposium: The 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act: Will it Stimulate Global and Domestic Markets?
The American University Business Law Review is pleased to present you to our Spring 2018 Symposium, “The 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act: Will it Stimulate Global and Domestic Markets?”
This Symposium provided an informative and spirited discussion on the most significant reform of the United States tax code in thirty years. This Symposium, which featured panelists in the public and private sectors, specifically addressed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act’s domestic business implications, its effect on international markets, and its impact on the domestic housing market. Scheduled panelists include Greg Jenner, former Assistant Secretary of the United States Treasury and Partner at Stoel Rives LLP; Kathy Orton, Washington Post Reporter and Web Editor for the newspaper’s Real Estate Section; and Manal Corwin, Principal and National Leader for International Tax at KPMG.