Mr. Willson is a member of the Executive Committee of the Tax Section of the California Bar and a former Chairman of the San Francisco Barristers Club Tax Section. He has appeared as a frequent panelist at continuing education programs throughout the country, has taught for nearly ten years at the Golden Gate University Graduate School of Taxation, and more recently at Stanford Law School. He is a frequent lecturer at programs sponsored by the California C.P.A. Foundation, Tax Executives Institute, CEB, PLE, etc. He has written and lectured extensively in the areas of real estate and partnership tax matters, co–authored (with Franklin C. Latcham) a section of the book California Taxes, and co–authored (with Thomas H. Steele) three chapters of the book Tax Aspects of California Partnerships. He has also edited a quarterly column on Subchapter S taxation in the Journal of Partnership Taxation.
Bloomberg Tax Management Portfolios
This Portfolio considers the state taxation of hybrid entities that combine liability protection of a corporation with pass-through treatment via classification as a partnership.