ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL ENGAGEMENT ACTIVITIES
Professor Walter Antognini joined the Legal Studies and Taxation department as a full-time faculty member in September, 1985. Prior to that he was with the Taxation department of Coopers & Lybrand. Professor Antognini is an attorney and certified public accountant, with a B.S. in Accounting, J.D. and LL.M. in Taxation, all from New York University. He is currently Graduate Program Chair. His principal areas of teaching expertise are the taxation of corporations and individuals. His current areas of interest primarily involve the application of artificial intelligence to the field of taxation, with eventual expansion to other related areas.
Professor Antognini’s activities outside of teaching and publication have involved participation in various startups, some within taxation, some outside. In addition to his scholarly publications in the field of taxation, he has several patents, both within the U.S. and internationally. These patents have been cited in numerous other patents and patent applications. He has also developed and continues to develop an artificial intelligence system in entity taxation.
JD, New York University,
BS, New York University,
Publications and Presentations
SELECTED CONTRIBUTIONS & PUBLICATIONS
Antognini, W., Barrella, V. (2015). Expanded Use of Like-Kind Parking Transactions. Taxes: The Tax Magazine. 93(4), 37-42, 50-52.
Barrella, V., Antognini, W. (2013). Loving: A Case of Overreaching?. Taxes: The Tax Magazine. 91(7), 33-48, 76-77.