Steve R. Johnson
Steve R. Johnson
Florida State University
College of Law
Rotunda, Room R203
J.D., New York University, 1981
B.A., St. Francis College (New York), 1976
Professor Steve Johnson is a nationally recognized scholar on tax litigation and procedure, including legislative and administrative law topics in tax. Among other courses, he teaches Income Taxation, Taxation of Business Entities, Business Planning, International Tax and Administrative Law. His publications include two casebooks, Civil Tax Procedure (2d ed., Lexis-Nexis 2008) (with David Richardson & Jerome Borison) and Tax Crimes (Lexis-Nexis 2008) (with Scott Schumacher, Larry Campagna & John Towensend), as well as numerous articles on tax procedure and tax law. He is a columnist for State Tax Notes and an associate editor of the American Bar Association Section of Taxation NewsQuarterly.
Johnson practiced tax law in New York City, after which he served as a senior attorney with the IRS Chief Counsel’s Office and a Special Assistant United States Attorney. He also has taught at Indiana University School of Law-Bloomington, the University of Nevada, Las Vegas School of Law and the University of Alabama School of Law, and has visited at Chicago-Kent College of Law and the University of California Hastings College of the Law.
Select Recent and Forthcoming Publications
Legal Interpretation of Tax Law: United States, in Legal Interpretation of Tax Law (Robert van Brederode & Richard Krever, editors) (2d ed., Kluwer Law International 2017)
Statutory Interpretation and Outcome Prediction in State Tax Cases, 97 St. Tax Notes ___ (forthcoming 2020)
Doctrinal Confusion and the Accidents of History: The Assignment of Income Doctrine, 169 Tax Notes ___ (forthcoming 2020)
Seminole Rock in Tax Cases, 36 Yale J. Reg.: Notice & Comment (2018)
The Upsides and Downsides of Ending Chevron Deference, 154 Tax Notes 1287 (2017)
Standing Doctrine in State Tax Controversies, 83 State & Local Tax Notes 24 (2017)