Edgar Gee, Jr., Michael J. Knight, and Willis Jackson received the Max Block Award for the most outstanding article published in The CPA Journal during 1999, at the May 9 New York State Society of CPAs Annual Election Meeting and Dinner.
The award-winning article, "Independent Contractor or Employee: How the Process Works Today," appeared in the December 1999 issue. Runner-up honors went to Anthony J. Mancuso for "Alternative Forms of Practice: More Than Just American Express," which appeared in the January issue, and Lee J. Seidler for "Materiality Decisions in the Computer Age," which appeared in May.
For the first time, the Max Block winner was chosen by the recently formed CPA Journal Editorial Board; the race went right down to the wire. The award was named in recognition of the contributions of Max Block, managing editor of the Journal during the 1970s. *
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