MSU College of Law

Peter J. Kulick

Adjunct Professor
Law College Building
648 N. Shaw Lane Rm 368
East Lansing, MI 48824-1300
pkulick@dickinsonwright.com

Peter is a Member of Dickinson Wright PLLC. Peter primarily practices in area of federal tax law, with an emphasis on tax-exempt bonds, tax-advantaged financings, partnership taxation, and tax planning and compliance counseling with respect to mergers, acquisitions, and dispositions. Prior to practicing law, Peter served on the staff of United States Senator Spencer Abraham and United States Congressman Dick Chrysler. Peter regularly speaks at North American and international conferences, and is a prolific author, on gaming and tax law matters. Peter’s articles have appeared in such publications as the Drake Law Review, the John Marshall Law Review, the Michigan State University Law Review, Casino Lawyer, Casino Enterprise Management, and the Journal of Multi-State Taxation and Incentives. Peter is the author of two chapters on Accounting, Audits and Recordkeeping in Regulating Internet Gaming (2013), which is the first legal treatise to focus on regulated i-gaming, and in Regulating Land-based Casinos: Policies, Procedures and Economics (2014), both published by the UNLV Gaming Press.

  • Partnership Taxation
    (Formerly DCL 316) Through the use of the problem-solving method, this course will focus on the tax issues associated with the formation, operation, termination and liquidation of partnerships, as well as the sale of partnership interests, related party transactions and classification problems. EITHER Basic Income Tax A OR Basic Income Tax B, along with EITHER Business Enterprises OR Agency and Partnership, fulfills the prerequesite. Recommended but not required: Business Income Taxation or Corporate Income Taxation