Call for Submissions: Fordham Journal of Corporate & Financial Law Vol. XXIX

Posted by Brendan Finnerty, community karma 589
The Fordham Journal of Corporate & Financial Law is now accepting submissions for the Fall 2023 Issue of Volume XXIX.  As one of the premier student-edited business law journals in the country, the Journal ranks among the top-five specialty journals in banking and financial law, and among the top-ten specialty journals in corporate and securities law. 

The Journal welcomes articles and essays addressing important issues in antitrust, banking, bankruptcy, corporate governance, capital markets, finance, mergers and acquisitions, securities, and tax law and practice.

Please send all submissions to either our Scholastica page or our email at For more information regarding submissions, please visit our website. If you have any questions, please contact Brendan Finnerty, Senior Articles Editor, at

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Harvey Gilmore, community karma 17299


 I recently submitted an article I would like you to consider for publication. It is called “Bittner, FBARs, and the IRS: The Supreme Court Got This Right!”

            It looks at a recent U.S. Supreme Court case where the court had to decide whether, in filing defective Foreign Bank Account Reports with the IRS, the taxpayer was liable for $50,000 in penalties for the five erroneous reports, or for $2,720,000 which was based on the 272 bank accounts he owned.

            As Foreign Bank account reporting has been a hot-button topic in recent years, I am sure you agree that this is a timely article. I hope you like it and can publish it.

Best regards,

Harvey J. Gilmore, LL.M., J.D., MST.

about 1 year ago
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