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Christine Manolakas



Christine Manolakas

Professor of Law
Director, Tax and Business Concentrations
B.A., University of Southern California
J.D., Loyola University, Los Angeles
LL.M. (Taxation) New York University

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Phone: 916.739.7110
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Representative Scholarship

Christine Manolakas, The Taxation of Thieves and their Victims: Everyone Loses but Uncle Sam, Hastings Bus. L.J. (forthcoming fall 2016)

Christine Manolakas, Qualified Residence Interest Deduction: A Win for Unmarried Co-Owners, Nev. L.J. (forthcoming December 2016)

Christine Manolakas, The Tax Treatment of Natural Disasters: Greater and Equitable Relief is Necessary, 44 Real Estate L.J. 464 (2016)

Christine Manolakas, The Taxation of Artists and the Acquirers of Art: The Many Shades of Grey, 43 AIPLA Q. J. 69 (Winter 2014). (American Intellectual Property Law Association, The George Washington University School of Law)

The Mixed Use of a Personal Residence:  Integration of Conflicting Holding Purposes Under I.R.C. Sections 121, 280A, and 1031, 14 Wake Forest J. Bus. & Intell. Prop. L. 1 (2013). 

The Exit Tax: A Move in the Right Direction,Wm & Mary Bus. L. Rev. 341 (2012) (with William Dentino).

Tax Discrimination and Trade in Services: Search for a Balance in Canada-U.S. Relations, 40 Geo. J. Int’l L. 3 (2008) (with Catherine Brown).

Tax Barriers to Trade in Services: Myth or Reality in the NAFTA Bloc?, 52 Tax Notes Int’l 323 (2008) (with Catherine Brown).

Tax Discrimination and Trade in Services Between Canada and the United States: Deciphering the Landscape, in Taxation and Valuation of Technology: Theory, Practice, and the Law 179 (with Catherine Brown; James L. Horvath & David W. Chodikoff eds., Irwin Law 2008).

The Presumption of Undue Influence Resurrected: He Said/She Said is Back, 37 McGeorge L. Rev. 33 (2006).

Trade in Technology Within the Free Trade Zone: The Impact of the WTO Agreement, NAFTA, and Tax Treaties on the NAFTA Signatories,21 Nw. J. Int’l L. & Bus. 71 (2006) (with Catherine Brown).

Courses: Federal Income Taxation, Taxation of Real Estate Transactions, Taxation of Corporations and Shareholders, U.S. Taxation of International Transactions, Community Property

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