Management and leadership of nonprofit corporations, foundations, and charitable organizations are often surprised at the number and variety of legal issues they face. Organization books must be maintained and audited. Regulatory reporting laws governing nonprofits must be adhered to. Corporate formalities must be implemented. Employment laws and regulations must be followed. Funding sources must be reported to.
- contract and agreement drafting, review, and negotiation
- drafting and revising nonprofit employment policies or procedures and personnel or human resources (H.R.) matters
- applications for tax-exempt status with the Internal Revenue Service (I.R.S.) under 501(c)(3), 501(c)(4) and other provisions of the Internal Revenue Code
- drafting, amendments, and interpretation of articles of incorporation, bylaws and other documents governing nonprofits
- membership issues
We can represent nonprofit corporations and charitable organizations in civil litigation. While we strive to help nonprofit boards avoid litigation, when it is inevitable we work with our client to minimize the costs and the impact of the litigation on the organization.
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