Who We Serve

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WHO WE SERVE

We provide nonprofit legal services with respect to the following:

  • Public charity rules and regulations
  • Private foundation rules and regulations
  • Governance
  • Commercial and entrepreneurial activities
  • Risk management
  • Fundraising counsel
  • Nonprofit organizational relationships
  • Charter Schools
  • International philanthropy
  • Annual reporting
  • Social enterprise
  • Contract drafting and review
  • Compensation
  • Presentations and trainings for boards and staff

CLIENT TESTIMONIAL

FEATURED BLOG POSTS

  • Public Support Test

    As discussed in last week's Nonprofit Law Jargon Buster, there are some organizations that are, by their very nature, considered public. These include churches, schools, and hospitals. Other types of charitable organizations must pass one of two mathematical tests calculated on a four year rolling average to qualify is public.

  • Foreign Agents Registration Act

    FARA defines “foreign principal” broadly to include any, government, political party, association, corporation, or other organization that was either established under a foreign country’s laws or maintains its principal place of business in a foreign country; and any individual outside of the United States. An “agent” is an individual or entity that acts within the United States at the direction of either a foreign principal or a person whose activities are supervised or directed by a foreign principal.

  • Form 990 Filing Deadline for Calendar Year Taxpayers

    ine to file Form 990 for calendar year taxpayers. the tax return is filed late, the IRS imposes late fees based on the organization's gross receipts ($20 day per day for organization's whose gross receipts are less than $1 million and $100 per day for organization's whose gross receipts are more than $1 million).  Failure to file Form 990 for three consecutive years will result in automatic loss of tax exempt status.