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Nonprofit Series: Protecting Your Charity in Charitable Giving

If you are a lawyer who advises charities, it is essential that you have a thorough knowledge of the rules and requirements both charities and donors face in charitable giving. Join us as we examine the fundamentals of charitable giving; Learn special rules for “quid pro quo” gifts, autos, copyrights, inventories, and other “stuff”; Spell out IRS requirements for acknowledgment and substantiation; Review what charitable solicitation registration requirements entail; and more… 

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We run a nonprofit mentoring education program and purchased a building several years ago in the company’s name. Our company is suffering from no funds and has not been able to afford the mortgage. We want to let building go. 

Is this possible? Will we personally be liable? We were required to sign for the loan to close. Answer

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Question of the Week

March 24-31, 2015
Is it legal for an organization to demand a seat on the board of a nonprofit society as a condition of ongoing financial support?

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Lead Stories

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The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania has agreed to consider whether an attorney for a public...

Lessons from Litigation

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Although the federal District Court for the District of Columbia had held that two mothers...Read more

9th Circuit affirms anti-trust decision

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“Commission of resources” is sufficient to confer standing

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Court reverses punitive damages against directors

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Tax Matters

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Estate denied deduction for sum set aside for charity

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Closed church eligible for real estate exemption

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Foundation can’t challenge parsonage exemption

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