Andrew Appleby - Publications

Andrew Appleby

Assistant Professor of Law

B.S., Florida State University
M.B.A.,
University of Massachusetts - Amherst
J.D., Wake Forest University School of Law
LL.M., Georgetown University Law Center

Courses: 
Federal Income Taxation I, Federal Income Taxation II

 

  • Leveling the Playing Field: A Separate Tax Regime for International Athletes – BROOKLYN JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW (Spring 2011)

  • For the Love of the Game: The Justification for Tax Exemption of Intercollegiate Athletics – THE JOHN MARSHALL LAW REVIEW (Spring 2011)

  • Pay at the Pump: How $11 Per Gallon Gasoline Can Solve The United States’ Most Pressing Challenges – CUMBERLAND LAW REVIEW (Fall 2009)

  • Three’s Company: Stone v. Ritter and the Improper Characterization of Good Faith in the Fiduciary Duty “Triad” – ARKANSAS LAW REVIEW (Fall 2009) (lead author)

  • The Twilight Zone of Insolvency: New Developments in Fiduciary Duty Jurisprudence That May Affect Directors and Officers in the Zone of Insolvency – NORTON JOURNAL OF BANKRUPTCY LAW AND PRACTICE (2009) (co-author)

  • Ball Busters: How the IRS Should Tax Record-Setting Baseballs and Other Found Property under the Treasure Trove Regulation – VERMONT LAW REVIEW (Fall 2008) Second Place: 2008 Tannenwald Writing Competition.

  • Courting Independence: The Rise of Effective State Tax Courts and Tribunals (2012); Heads They Win, Tails You Lose: New York Decombination and Discretionary Adjustments (2014); A Complete Guide to New York’s New Manufacturer Incentives (2015) – TAX ANALYSTS: STATE TAX NOTES