Clinical Assistant Professor
Accounting and Law
JD, University of Pennsylvania Law School
BA, University of Rochester
Salzman practiced law for more than 18 years before accepting a full-time teaching position at the University at Buffalo School of Management. Her law practice focused on corporate counseling, including contracts, acquisitions, reorganizations, transactional planning, partnership and limited liability company agreements, shareholder buy-sell agreements, Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act compliance, employment and consulting agreements, stock option plans and agreements and nonqualified deferred compensation arrangements; and taxation, including federal income taxation of corporations and other entities, tax-exempt bond financing, New York State franchise and miscellaneous NYS business taxes, including sales and use tax.
“Fundamentals of Tax Research” chapter in Collins, Shelby, Skills for Accounting Research (Cambridge Business Publishers) (preliminary through Fourth Editions).
“Employment Tax Penalties: Let’s Keep It Civil,” 49 The Tax Adviser 92 (AICPA) (2018) (co-authored with Arlene Hibschweiler and Michael Tedesco).
“Sustainability and Corporate Governance in a Business Law Course: A “Real World” Project,” 19 Atlantic Law Journal 225 (2017) (co-authored with Arlene Hibschweiler).
“Chapter 13: Tax Considerations,” 44 The Tax Adviser 302 (AICPA) (2013) (co-authored with Arlene Hibschweiler).
“Timing Considerations of Discharging Taxes in a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy,” The Tax Adviser (AICPA) 2012 (co-authored with Arlene Hibschweiler).
“False Tax Returns, Mail Fraud, and Money Laundering,” The Tax Adviser (AICPA) (2011) (co-authored with Randall Andreozzi and Arlene Hibschweiler).
“Tread Carefully: What CPAs should know about Tax Fraud,” The Tax Adviser (AICPA) (2009) (co-authored with Arlene Hibschweiler).