Mark S. Hoose
Assistant Professor of Law
- LLM, 1998, Georgetown University
- JD, 1994, George Washington University
- BA, 1989, University of Illinois
Areas of Expertise
Professor Hoose teaches and writes in the areas of federal taxation, corporate taxation, international taxation, and taxation of intellectual property.
Hoose was the managing tax counsel to Intel Corporation in Silicon Valley, Calif., leading a group of tax lawyers who handled mergers and acquisitions. He was senior tax counsel to Occidental Petroleum in Los Angeles. He worked as an associate in the Washington D.C. office of Baker & McKenzie, as a senior manager in Deloitte’s international tax practice in San Francisco, and as an associate in the international tax practice of PriceWaterhouse Cooper LLP in Chicago. He taught as an adjunct professor at Santa Clara University School of Law, Southwestern Law School, and Golden Gate University School of Law. Hoose taught taxation to accounting and business students at multiple campuses of the University of California system. He joined the USD School of Law faculty in 2011.
Honors and Affiliations
Hoose was a member of the George Washington Law Review. He received the Excellence in Teaching Award for Part-Time faculty from Southwestern University School of Law in 2006. He is a member of the State Bar of California and the Order of the Coif.
Hoose’s publications include "U.S. Report" in Taxation of Intercompany Dividend Distributions Under Domestic Law, EU Law, and Tax Treaties (International Bureau of Fiscal Documentation, 2012); "Trading One Danger for Another: Creating U.S. Tax Residency While Fleeing Violence at Home" in 12 Florida Tax Review 827 (2012); and "The Conservative Case for Progressive Taxation" in 40 New England Law Review 69 (2005).