What is Nonprofit Issues?
A one-stop place to answer your questions of nonprofit law and governance and help you avoid costly legal errors.
- Practical tips to reduce the risk of litigation from Editor Don Kramer, a Philadelphia lawyer with more than 35 years of experience representing nonprofits.
- Regular e-letters to keep you up-to-date with the latest developments.
- Searchable archive to answer your questions 24/7,including more than 100 easy-to-read Ready Reference Pages that tell you what you need to know about nonprofit law.Have a question? Ask Don.
- Discounts on asking Don Kramer your own questions during Talk with the Editor telephone calls and our webinar presentations.
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Nonprofit Leadership and the Law
This comprehensive handbook is an important resource for board members and nonprofit administrators and their professional counselors.
Question of the Week
September 2-9, 2014
May (c)(3) impose non-compete on its employees?
May a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that receives state and federal funds impose a non-compete on its employees? Many have been employed for years and were not informed a non-compete was developed and instituted until they applied for jobs elsewhere.
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Protecting our Children:
Where nonprofit policy
September 16, 2014
1:30-3:00 PM ET
Nonprofit entities have the opportunity to craft policies and procedures that not only manage their own risk but also create a space where children are protected and child sexual abuse is prevented.
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