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Litigation involving nonprofit and tax-exempt organizations (such as religious groups), regulations affecting them, and academic papers related to charity governance and philantrhopy law. Author …

In the first ever #AccountabilityMonday, which took place before Giving Tuesday, a group of scholars and journalists initiated a conversation (covered by Nonprofit Times) about nonprofit accountabilit…

Texas Attorney Referral Service Since 1966, The Lawyer Referral Service (LRS) has been successfully matching clients who need legal services with lawyers who are

By NEO Law Group. On December 10, 2018, the Internal revenue service (irs) issued interim guidance on the treatment of qualified transportation fringe benefit expenses under the …

News Of Texas Today Texas Attorney Referral Service Since 1966, The lawyer referral service (LRS) has been successfully matching clients who need legal services

5 Essential Elements For Outreach See Nonprofit Advocacy is More Than lobbying (nonprofit law Blog). And most charities can safely include lobbying among their activities so long as the lobbying furthers their charitable purposes. And most charities can safely include lobbying among their activities so long as the lobbying furthers their charitable purposes.

A clinical social worker and an adjunct professor at Rutgers University, Greenagel provides counseling to clients and family members struggling with drug and alcohol addiction, the complaint said. He …

Clinical Professor Esme Caramello ’99, faculty director of the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau, was selected as one of the 2018 Top Women of Law by Massachusetts Lawyers … a partner at Casner & Edwards’ No…

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New section 4960 imposes a 21% excise tax on certain organizations not subject to income tax, including organizations exempt under section 501(c)(3) and those for which income is excluded from …

Hell hath no fury like Rob Illig, University of Oregon securities law professor, emailing furiously for ANSWERS as to why his school is indulging in "white-man’s guilt" by assisting recent graduates w…

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