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.
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- 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
May 14-21, 2013
Can 501(c)(3) nonprofit get revenue from intellectual property?
Can a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization own intellectual property that generates funds if the funds all go to the 501(c)(3) for charitable uses? Can that same organization hire writers to produce the intellectual property, with the copyrights to be owned by the (c)(3) to generate income for the organization’s mission?
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Board Roles and Responsibilities--and Potential Liabilities
The Board is responsible for the organization. It can add insight and muscle to make an organization thrive. But it can also fail to pay attention, leaving the possibility of organizational failure and personal liability.
This webinar discussed the role of the Board, including both individual and group responsibilities so that it can thrive rather than fail.
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