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Stephen Milner

Stephen Milner

Lecturer

SB2 324

milners@uci.edu    Personal website  

Education

ML in Taxation, The George Washington University
JD, Pepperdine University
BA in English, UC Los Angeles
Institut Superieur des Sciences Economique et Commerciales, Paris, France

Research Interest

Accounting


Steve Milner is the Managing Partner of Squar Milner, a Partner in the firm’s Tax Department and a Partner in the firm’s Forensic/Bankruptcy/Litigation Services Department. He also specializes as a consultant on issues including business and financial analysis, workouts, acquisitions, divestitures, management policy and procedures for operating and investment entities and extensive strategic and operational planning. He is actively involved in all aspects of tax planning, compliance and controversy.

Selected Publications, News & Honors

  • Bankruptcy Procedures and Practices, Cram Down Interest Rates in a Chapter 11, Chapman University, March 2014
  • Reporting for Financial Contingencies, University of California – Boalt Hall,  April 2010
  • Techniques of Financial Analysis for Lawyers, University of California – Boalt Hall, November 2009
  • Chapter 11 Real Estate Cram-Down Plans: The Legacy of Till, California Bankruptcy Journal, May 2010
  • Tyranny of the masses is rising, Orange County Register, March 2009
  • Cram-Down Interest Rates: The Quest Continues, California Bankruptcy Journal, February 2009
  • Tax Plans, Job Creation, Orange County Business Journal, September 2008
  • Opt for a free-market retirement system, Orange County Register, March 2005
  • UCLA, Graduation Keynote Speaker, Humanities Commencement

Research

Recent Publications:
•    “Chapter 11 Real Estate Cram-Down Plans: The Legacy of Till”, California Bankruptcy Journal, May 2010
•    “Tyranny of the masses is rising”, Orange County Register, March 2009
•    “Cram-Down Interest Rates: The Quest Continues”, California Bankruptcy Journal, February 2009
•    ”Tax Plans, Job Creation”, Orange County Business Journal, September 2008
•    “Opt for a free-market retirement system”, Orange County Register, March 2005