Stanley I. Langbein

Professor of Law

J.D. 1973, Harvard Law School
A.B. 1970, Yale College

Phone: 305-284-2637
Office: G379

Stanley I. Langbein, Professor of Law, received an A.B. in 1970 from Yale College and a J.D. in 1973 from Harvard Law School. Following graduation, he served as law clerk to Judge John Minor Wisdom of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, as an associate attorney with law firms in Washington, D.C., and as attorney/advisor in the Office of International Tax Counsel of the United States Department of the Treasury.

Professor Langbein also served as senior tax partner of a large law firm in Buffalo from 1985 to 1987. He teaches administrative law, federal income taxation, international tax, banking law, and commercial law.


PPL, the Foreign Tax Credit, and the Gitlitz Finger Principle, 42 Tax Management International Journal, Oct. 11, 2013, p. 599.

Doing the Math (and the English) in the Windfall Tax Cases, 42 Tax Management International Journal, Mar. 8, 2013, p. 134.

Acquisition Purpose and the OREO Expense/Capitalization Problem, Tax Notes, Feb. 18, 2013, p. 849.

Parliamentary Parentheses, Cognitive Capture, and the Rise of Fractional Apportionment, article published in October 8, 2010, edition of Tax Management International, and reprinted in the November issue of BNA Transfer Pricing.

International Decision: United States-Tax Treatment for "Foreign Sales Corporations."WTO Doc. WT/ DS108/AB/R. WTO Appellate Body, February 24, 2000, 94 AM. J. INT'L L. 546 (2000).

Financial Institution Acquisitions and Alliances (2001)(with Stephen I. Glover).

Transfer Pricing and Economic Analysis, in Tax Management Portfolio-Transfer Pricing (forthcoming).

The Bank Income Tax Return Manual (Research Institute of America / Warren Gorham & Lamont) (2000-03 eds.).

Federal Income Taxation of Banks and Financial Institutions (7th ed. 2001).

Community Bank Tax Reporter (AS Pratt / Shesunoff Information Services) (monthly).

Income Tax-U.S. Foreign Sales Corporation Tax Practices-GATT Agreement on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures-GATT Agreement on Agriculture-Effect on Appeal of Failure to Raise Issue Before WTO Dispute Resolution Panel, 94 AM. J. INT'L L. 546-555 (2000).

Supp. 1998, to The Bank Income Tax Return Manual: With Specimen Filled In Returns, by John O. Niemann, et al. (1985-1998).

11th Cir. Ruling Restricts Shareholder Rights, The Litigation Reporting Service (May 1997).

The Future of Capital Export Neutrality: A Comment on Professor Peroni's Path to Progressive Reform of the U.S. International Tax Rules, 51 U. MIAMI L. REV. 1019-1027 (1997).

U.S. Supreme Court Rejects Assertion that Federal Common Law Trumps State Law in Determining Standard of Liability for Officers and Directors of Banks, NAT'L L.J. (March 10, 1997).

The Thrift Crisis and the Constitution, 53 WASH. & LEE L. REV. 159 (1996).

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Professor Stanley Langbein on the recent US Supreme Court ruling that the SEC must sue within five years after an alleged fraudulent security action took place in Global Finance .

Phone: 305-284-2637
Office: G379
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