Professor Turnipseed has written in the areas of Article I constitutional law, eminent domain, sexuality and the law, spousal property rights upon death, trust fiduciary law, transfer taxation, and the separation of church and state. He teaches courses in eminent domain, estate planning, wills and trusts, estate and gift taxation, first-year property, and nuclear engineering. Professor Turnipseed has a courtesy appointment in the L. C. Smith College of Engineering at Syracuse University.
Nobody should be signing bills for the president, not even when the president orders them to do so, Stubborn Facts, August 24, 2011.It’s not the Autopen, it’s the Proxy Presence Requirement, TheConstitutional.org, August 23, 2011.It’s not the Autopen, it’s the Proxy Presence Requirement, Constitutional Law Prof Blog, August 22, 2011.Autopen Signatures, Wills, Trusts & Estates Law Prof Blog, August 15, 2011.Auto-Signed Bills – Constitutional? State Bar of Michigan Blog, August 15, 2011.Turnipseed on Presidential Signatures and the Autopen, Legal Theory Blog, August 12, 2011.Turnipseed on Presidential Signatures and the Autopen, LawyerBlog, August 12, 2011.Deathbed Billionaires Continue to Pursue Lustful Marriages While Heirs Wait and Worry, The Trust Advisor, June 18, 2011 (quoted).Scripps Networks Gains Most in 2 Years After Trust Petition, Bloomberg News Service, June 17, 2011 (quoted).Unholy Matrimony: How to Fight Back, Wall Street Journal, June 11, 2011 (quoted).Kiss-immee of Death, Trust & Estates Magazine, April 20, 2011 (quoted).
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Back to the Future: Is Total Return Investing Old Fashioned?, July 2, 2004, American Law Institute – American Bar Association Conference on Representing Estate and Trust Beneficiaries and Fiduciaries, Boston, MA.
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