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1 2/1/06 Curriculum Vitae Philip F. Postlewaite Personal : Married (Ruth Muyskens); Three Children (Jennifer, Jessalyn, and Matthew); One Grandchild (Madison) Business Address : Northwestern University School of Law 357 East Chicago Avenue Chicago, Illinois 60611 (312) 503-7359 [email protected] Current Position : Professor of Law Director of the Tax Program Northwestern University School of Law June, l98l - Present Courses: Partnership Taxation; Advanced Partnership Taxation; International Taxation; Individual Income Taxation Legal Education : New York University School of Law LL.M. in Taxation, 1971 University of California at Berkeley School of Law J.D., l970 Ongoing Publications : 1. Treatise : Partnership Taxation , 6 th ed., Vols. 1 - 2, pp. 2,220 (1997). Warren, Gorham & Lamont. Four supplements and four or more replacement chapters per year. Electronic version available.
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2 2. Casebook and Teacher’s Manual : Partnership Taxation: Cases, Materials, and Problems , 5 th ed., pp. 245 (2004). Warren, Gorham & Lamont; Partnership Taxation Problems and Answers , 5 th ed., pp. 131 (2004). Works-in-Progress : 1. Treatise : Partnership Taxation , 7 th ed. (Warren, Gorham & Lamont). Projected publication date December, 2009 through the issuance of 22 replacement chapters over a four-year period. 2. Casebooks : Partnership Taxation: Cases, Materials, and Problems . 6 th ed., Warren, Gorham & Lamont. Teachers Manual. Projected publication date May, 2006. United States International Taxation , Lexis/Nexis Publishing Co., co- authored with Sam Donaldson and Allison Christians. Teachers Manual. Projected publication date February. 2007. 3. Articles “The Lazarus Effect: In Kind Guaranteed Payments,” with David Cameron, __ Florida Tax Review pp 379-405 (forthcoming 2006) Articles Published : “Anachronisms in Subchapter K of the Internal Revenue Code – Is It Time for Section 736 To Go?,” co-authored with Adam Rosenzweig, Northwestern Law Review , Vol. 100, pp. 379-405 (2006). “The Transmogrification of Subchapter K,” Taxes Magazine – The 57 th University of Chicago Tax Conference , Vol. 83, pp. 189-204 (2005). “Reflections from Up Above About My Excellent Adventure Down Under,” Journal of Revenue , Vol. 12, pp. 4-17 (2004). “‘Son of Boss’ Meets ‘Annie Get Your Gun,’” Business Entities , Vol. 6, pp. 16- 27 (2004).
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3 “Determining Treaty Eligibility For Transparent Entities and Their Owners,” Journal of Taxation of Global Transactions , Vol. 3, pp. 45-58 (2003). Co-authored with Sam Donaldson and Allison Christians. Reprinted in Journal of Corporate Taxation , Vol. 2, pp. 11-22 (2003). “Globalization: The Taxable Year of a Partnership with Foreign Partners,” Journal of Taxation of Global Transactions , Vol. 1, pp. 47-55 (2001). “I Come to Bury Subchapter K, Not to Praise It,” Tax Lawyer
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