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Fleischer Does a Lubben

posted by Bob Lawless
As regular Credit Slips readers know, our own Stephen Lubben has a Dealbook column over at this place called The New York Times. Now comes word that University of Colorado law professor Vic Fleischer has started a column at Dealbook on tax matters. I had the pleasure of having Vic as a colleague for a few years, and I found him to be one of the most thoughtful observers of what is happening on tax issues. If you like Credit Slips, you'll probably like his new column.

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That 2008 article he wrote on investment manager fees is paying dividends. Victor Fleischer, Two and Twenty: Taxing Partnership Profits in Private Equity Funds, 83 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 1 (2008).

And people say law reviews are a *complete* waste of time...

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