I'm very much looking forward to the following event, more fully described here.
U.S. International Taxation by Daniel Shaviro – Monday, April 28th,
12:30 PM to 1:50 PM – Vanderbilt Hall Room 220, 40 Washington Square
"Please join us for a discussion of Professor Daniel Shaviro’s current book, Fixing U.S. International Taxation (Oxford University Press, 2014).
"Following a presentation by Professor Shaviro of key themes from the
book, leading experts in the field will offer commentary. We are
thrilled that Martin Sullivan, Chief Economist at Tax Analysts (publisher of Tax Notes), and Professor Itai Grinberg, Georgetown University Law Center, will join us. We will also save time for a question-and-answer session with the audience."
At the event, the NYU Bookstore will be offering copies of the book for sale at a 20% discount. I suppose inscriptions aren't out of the question either, should any demand for them materialize.
Later the same day, Sullivan will also be giving a talk on a topic of general interest to our audience, most likely pertaining to recent developments in the tax reform process. I will post that here when it's up officially.
UPDATE: Sullivan's 6 pm talk at NYU Law School on Monday, April 28, will have the title: "Tax Reform 2017: Incremental or Fundamental?"