August 16-September 15, 2005

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Court Allows Note Holders to Sue
Officers and Directors for Securities Violations

Complaint is sufficient if it gives defendants notice;
It need not plead specific facts or knowledge

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Even Though Beneficiaries Agree

Attorney General opposes proposal to distribute
all assets outright to charitable beneficiaries

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Insurance Carrier Must Pay Legal Fees
When It Fails to Provide Defense Under Policy

Court grants summary judgment to school to recover
costs of defense before carrier appoints counsel

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Challengers Fail To Stop
Sale of Audubon Folio

Members presented no evidence that bylaw changes
expanding membership voting were not properly approved
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Grantmakers May Not Support Terrorism
Welter of new and revised rules make it difficult
to know how to comply with governmental expectations

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Issues Notes

Happy vacation
Kramer to talk on Lobbying, Tax Returns
Thursday with the Editor, September 1

To the Point

I understand that a foundation cannot make a grant to a nonprofit, where the grant is more than half of the agency's budget. For example, if a nonprofit's annual operating budget is $100,000, a foundation cannot make a grant of $51,000, the theory being that it may be able to exert undue influence and "tip" the agency to do the foundation's bidding. Is this true?

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Lessons from Litigation  Full Article

  • Who are the victims? And for how much?
  • Articles of incorporation are contract with nonprofit shareholders

Tax Matters Full Article

  • Museum Foundation is private nonprofit
  • Remote housing units not exempt

Employment Law Full Article

  • Court invalidates covenant not to compete
    signed by home health agency field workers

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