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“After the Trial – Post-Mortem on a Tax Court Appeal Case Study” (panel discussion participant), April 24, 2015, Tax Court of Canada/Canadian Tax Foundation Dispute Resolution Conference (Toronto)
“Privilege in the Context of Legal Tax Advice and Related Communications” with Brent Perry, January 2014
“Tax Litigation: Current Topics” (participant in a panel discussion among Honourable Eugene Rossiter, Honourable Wyman Webb, Ken Skingle and Jehad Haymour on November 27, 2012), Report of Proceedings of the Sixty-Third Tax Conference, 2012 Conference Report, (Toronto: Canadian Tax Foundation, 2013) 31:1-20
“Alternative Dispute Resolution for Tax Disputes: International Perspectives” (author of the sections on Canada), 2012 Tax Dispute Resolution, Compliance and Administration Conference Report (Toronto: Canadian Tax Foundation, 2013), 11:1-18
“Recent GAAR Cases” – Tax Executives Institute luncheon, October 11, 2011
“Anatomy of Antle: Capital Property Step-Up Strategy Comes Under Attack”, Tax Litigation Journal (2010 Federated Press) (co-authored with V. Daniel Jankovic)
“Canada’s General Anti-Avoidance Rule – the Supreme Court of Canada has Spoken Again”, 2010 LEXPERT/American Lawyer Guide (co-authored with V. Daniel Jankovic)
“The Supreme Court on the GAAR” presented at the Canadian Petroleum Tax Society luncheon on January 28, 2009.
“GAAR Jurisprudence – Supreme Court Decision in Lipson” presented at the Tenth Senior Resource Tax Practitioners’ Institute on May 3 – 5, 2009.
“Tax Litigation Best Practices” and “Voluntary Disclosures” presented at the Federated Press 7th “Managing Tax Audits & Investigations” course on March 12 and 13, 2008.
“GAAR Update” presented at the 2006 Prairie Provinces Tax conference, May 8, 2006.
“The Supreme Court on The GAAR” presented at the University of Calgary (Law 527) on October 18, 2006.
“Rockin’ Recent Tax Cases” presented at the . Small Practitioners’ Forum on November 25, 2006.
“Rectification: Can it Solve Your Client’s Tax Problem?” presented to Canadian Bar Association Tax Specialists Section (South) on October 24, 2005.
“The Supreme Court on The GAAR” presented at the Canadian Petroleum Tax Society luncheon on November 23, 2005.
“Recent Riveting Tax Cases” presented at the . Small Practitioners’ Forum on November 26, 2005.
“Tantalizing Tidbits of Tax Cases” presented to the 21st Annual . Small Practitioners’ Forum November 27, 2004.
“The GAAR – Be Careful Out There!” presented at the 2004 Prairie Provinces Tax Conference, May 31, 2004
“Tax Case Law Update” presented to the 20th Annual . Small Practitioner’s Forum, November 29, 2003
“GAAR Update” presented at the Canadian Petroleum Tax Society luncheon, October 30, 2003
“Tax Case Law Update” presented to the Nineteenth Annual . Small Practitioner’s Forum, November 30, 2002
“Recent GAAR Decisions” presented at the Canadian Petroleum Tax Society luncheon on September 18, 2002
“Anatomy of a Tax Audit” – Panel Discussion” 2002 Prairie Provinces Tax Conference, May 27, 2002
“The GAAR is Real Says the Federal Court of Appeal” presented to the Small Explorers and Producers Association of Canada on December 5, 2001
“Exciting New Developments in Tax Law – You be the Judge” presented to Eighteenth Annual . Small Practitioner’s Forum on December 1, 2001
“Non-GAAR Jurisprudence” presented to the Sixth Senior Resource Tax Practitioners’ Institute, May 6-8, 2001
“Taxation Impact of Recent Court Decisions” presented to the Seventeenth Annual . Small Practitioner’s Forum on December 2, 2000
“Review of Current Cases”, presented to the Sixteenth Annual . Small Practitioner’s Forum on November 20, 1999
“The Tax Audit – Dealing with Revenue Canada,” presented to the Canadian Corporate Council Association 1999 Annual Meeting
“Selected Practice Points in Dealing with the Department: A Legal Perspective,” (Spring 1998), 11 Canadian Petroleum Tax Journal, (Calgary: Canadian Petroleum Tax Society, 1998)
“Corporate Reorganizations: A Tax Primer for Commercial Lawyers,” Papers Presented at the Mid-Winter Meetings of the Alberta Branch of the Canadian Bar Association, (Calgary: Canadian Bar Association, 1998), 300-371
“A Potpourri (Tossed Salad?) of Current Issues in Tax Litigation,” presented to Canadian Tax Foundation 1997 Prairie Provinces Tax Conference, May 1997, Edmonton, Alberta
“Reassessing Beyond the Normal Reassessment Period,” Tax Litigation Journal, (Federated Press: Spring 1996)
“Review of Current Cases,” (Spring 1995), 8 Canadian Petroleum Tax Journal
“What to do if the Department Arrives with a Search Warrant,” Tax Litigation Journal (Federated Press: Spring 1995)
“A Guide Through the Preferred Share Maze,” (Spring 1994), 7 Canadian Petroleum Tax Journal

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On March 12, 2002, Paxton ran for his first nomination in the Republican primary for the Texas House in District 70 against five opponents. He captured % of the vote and moved into a runoff with Bill Vitz, whom he then defeated with 64% of the vote. He went on to face Fred Lusk (D) and Robert Worthington ( L ) for the newly redistricted open seat. On November 4, 2002, Paxton secured his first win with 28,012 votes to Lusk's 7,074 votes and Worthington's 600 votes. [11]

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Kesey finished Sometimes a Great Notion in La Honda, and Viking published it in 1964. While the book never achieved the critical and popular success of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest , many critics prefer it. "In terms of struc- ture, point of view, and theme," wrote Barry H. Leeds in his book Ken Kesey , "it is more ambitious, more experimental, and ultimately more successful."


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