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Video Cameras at Nonprofit Facilities

June 20, 2024
For nonprofits that use security or other video cameras onsite, have you considered your obligations to safeguard the privacy of individuals captured on camera and ensure the proper management of these recordings? In this episode of the PBPA Podcast, Sara Guercio with Alston & Bird explores legal requirements and practical tips to help your nonprofit navigate this complex landscape. Tune in to learn how to balance security and privacy effectively while maintaining compliance and trust. Pro Bono …

Guidance for Navigating Employer Obligations Under the ADA

June 20, 2024
The Americans with Disabilities Act prohibits employer discrimination against individuals based on their disability. Nonprofit employers often find themselves uncertain of how to navigate their obligations under the ADA. How should they determine what is reasonable, in terms of accommodation requests? What does discrimination look like under the ADA? A federal court recently provided some very practical guidance to answer these questions. This article  from Shaw Rosenthal (scroll on down to the last section) outlines the helpful …

Why UBIT is not a “Four Letter Word”

June 12, 2024
Are you looking to make your organization more self-sustaining? Curious to learn about revenue streams beyond donations and grants?  Then this webcast is for you… Generating income is a constant struggle for 501(c)(3) organizations. Revenue sources ebb and flow, so revenue source diversification is important. As a result, 501(c)(3)s often explore new ways to generate income. Some of these income ideas may generate unrelated business income which may be taxable. During this webcast, we will Speakers: Madeline …

EEOC Issues Guidance on Workplace Harassment and Discrimination

June 12, 2024
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has recently updated its Enforcement Guidance on Harassment in the Workplace.  The guidance covers a wide range of recent hot topics, from harassment in a virtual work environment to protections against pregnancy harassment. The guidance reflects how the EEOC’s interpretation of what constitutes harassment has evolved over time and provides insight into the Commission’s analysis of employer liability. PBPA will present a webcast on recent employment developments, including this new guidance, in …

Changing Your Nonprofit’s Name: Legal Steps and Practical Tips

May 22, 2024
While it’s not common, some organizations find it necessary to change their name.  And in order to make a change, an organization must navigate a myriad of issues, stakeholder considerations and legal steps.  Before you embark on this journey, take a listen to this episode of the PBPA Podcast to learn about what you can expect.  Hear about options for changing your nonprofit’s name, the pros and cons of each one, and the steps involved during our …

Terminating an Employee While They Are On Leave

May 22, 2024
Terminating an Employee While They Are On Leave Terminating an employee is a sensitive issue, and doing so while they are on leave requires additional considerations. It requires a careful review of employee protections and is only legally permissible in certain situations. This article by Marquetta Bryan with Nelson Mullins and Rayne Towns of Nokia discusses various scenarios and employer considerations for a nonprofit contemplating the termination of an employee on leave.
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