Resources

  • Category

Webcast: Working Abroad-What Nonprofits Need to Know About Anti-Bribery Laws

September 20, 2021
Nonprofit organizations based in the US work hard to further their missions while navigating the complexities of 501(c)(3) compliance. If your charitable work extends beyond US borders, you must also be mindful of anticorruption responsibilities. During this webcast, Joel Rogers will discuss: • How to determine if your nonprofit is subject to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. • Safeguards to help your organization identify and avoid corruption. • Possible internal controls or practices to ensure that funds …

Board Basics: Understanding the Legal Duties and Responsibilities of Nonprofit Board Members

September 20, 2021
Wednesday, November 17, 2021 10am Many nonprofit board members join the board because they care about the issues the organization addresses. One of the essential ways to assist the nonprofit, and its mission, is by having an understanding of the board’s role, legal duties and responsibilities. During this webinar, our speaker helps nonprofits and their board members understand: –          The Role of the board and its board members; –          The legal duties of the board and its members; and …

All Together Now: Practical Tips to Reduce Your Nonprofit’s Legal Risk for In-Person Events

September 16, 2021
Slowly but surely more in-person events are happening, whether they be client programming, outdoor festivals or indoor mini-fundraisers.  As your organization contemplates how and when to recommence in-person gatherings, we offer a few practical tips to mitigate your legal risks associated with holding live events in this article. Tips to Reduce Legal Risks

Shout Out to Volunteers

September 14, 2021
Thank you to the 504 attorney volunteers (as of September 1) who gave nonprofit clients pro bono advice! We could not have done it without you. Click here to add your name to the list below. To: Jim Jordan, Eversheds Sutherland From: Open Hands Atlanta Let me say now how much we appreciate you Jim! Your expertise and patience was invaluable to this prolonged negotiation. THANK YOU sir for seeing this project through for us. To: Amy …

Client Profile - Livramento Delgado Boxing Foundation

September 8, 2021
Livramento Delgado Boxing Foundation (LDBF) is a nonprofit organization focused on helping those affected by movement challenges. Established in 2013 by Larry and Ellie Kahn with the assistance of Paul Delgado, LDBF developed a vigorous, non-contact boxing exercise program specifically for people with Parkinson’s disease. Research has shown vigorous exercise helps slow the progression of the disease and lessen the severity of symptoms, improving balance, cognitive function, and prolonging independence.  Paul ran the program for many years until …

Guidelines for Nonprofits Working with Transgender Clients

September 1, 2021
Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021, 10:00AM EST Speakers: Suzann Wilcox, Nelson Mullins & Nina Gupta, Nelson Mullins Link to registration: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/guidelines-for-nonprofits-working-with-transgender-youth-tickets-168965194445  
1 2 3 122
show=”results”]

  • Category


Found 651 Results
Page 1 of 66

Registering for Charitable Solicitation


In order to protect the public from fraud, most states have enacted laws that require organizations to register with the state before they solicit donations from individuals in that state. The goal is for the public to be able to trust that their donations are going to a legitimate nonprofit organization that will use the money for charitable purposes.

This article on charitable solicitation explains generally when an organization must register in a state,

Tags:

July 7, 2017


Webcast: Working Abroad-What Nonprofits Need to Know About Anti-Bribery Laws


Nonprofit organizations based in the US work hard to further their missions while navigating the complexities of 501(c)(3) compliance. If your charitable work extends beyond US borders, you must also be mindful of anticorruption responsibilities. During this webcast, Joel Rogers will discuss: • How to determine if your nonprofit is subject to the Foreign Corrupt …

September 20, 2021


Board Basics: Understanding the Legal Duties and Responsibilities of Nonprofit Board Members


Wednesday, November 17, 2021 10am Many nonprofit board members join the board because they care about the issues the organization addresses. One of the essential ways to assist the nonprofit, and its mission, is by having an understanding of the board’s role, legal duties and responsibilities. During this webinar, our speaker helps nonprofits and their …


All Together Now: Practical Tips to Reduce Your Nonprofit’s Legal Risk for In-Person Events


Slowly but surely more in-person events are happening, whether they be client programming, outdoor festivals or indoor mini-fundraisers.  As your organization contemplates how and when to recommence in-person gatherings, we offer a few practical tips to mitigate your legal risks associated with holding live events in this article. Tips to Reduce Legal Risks

Tags:

September 16, 2021


Shout Out to Volunteers


Thank you to the 504 attorney volunteers (as of September 1) who gave nonprofit clients pro bono advice! We could not have done it without you. Click here to add your name to the list below. To: Jim Jordan, Eversheds Sutherland From: Open Hands Atlanta Let me say now how much we appreciate you Jim! …

September 14, 2021


Client Profile – Livramento Delgado Boxing Foundation


Livramento Delgado Boxing Foundation (LDBF) is a nonprofit organization focused on helping those affected by movement challenges. Established in 2013 by Larry and Ellie Kahn with the assistance of Paul Delgado, LDBF developed a vigorous, non-contact boxing exercise program specifically for people with Parkinson’s disease. Research has shown vigorous exercise helps slow the progression of the …

September 8, 2021


Guidelines for Nonprofits Working with Transgender Clients


Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2021, 10:00AM EST Speakers: Suzann Wilcox, Nelson Mullins & Nina Gupta, Nelson Mullins Link to registration: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/guidelines-for-nonprofits-working-with-transgender-youth-tickets-168965194445  

September 1, 2021


Webcast: When Others Fundraise for Your Organization


Often times individuals or groups of individuals want to help out 501(c)(3) nonprofits by raising money for them. They may hold a dinner with friends, a charity golf tournament, a benefit concert, or even a raffle with the proceeds going to an organization. Sometimes organizations are not even aware of these fundraising activities until the …

August 30, 2021


OSHA Announces New COVID-19 Guidance to Protect Employees in the Workplace


  The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has aligned its COVID-19 guidance with the latest from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC).  OSHA now suggests that employers adopt policies requiring workers to either get vaccinated or undergo regular testing.  More general information on these recommendations are in this article by BakerHostetler and …

Tags:


Equipment Leasing: Factors Nonprofits Should Consider Before Signing


Nonprofits often require the services of third party vendors for renting or leasing workplace equipment and products.  Examples include copiers, floor mats, or restroom product dispensers.  The company that rents or leases these products will require a legal contract detailing the rental arrangement. You may sign the agreement without reading it, assuming it is non-negotiable.  …


Recent Changes to the 2021 Employee Retention Credit


The Employee Retention Credit (“ERC”) was established in March 2020 to encourage employers, despite the challenges of COVID-19, to keep employees on their payroll.  It has been amended, extended and expanded several times in the past 17 months.  This summary outlines recent changes to the ERC relevant to small nonprofit employers.    

Tags:

August 26, 2021


Page 1 of 66