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May 21-28, 2024
I decided to discontinue my annual donation to a 501(c)(3) animal shelter because of the unprofessional behavior of the executive director and the board co-president. I was told that if I didn't trust them, I should take my donations elsewhere. Since I didn't trust them, I ended a 10-year agreement which had a naming opportunity in my cat’s memory. They have removed my cat’s name from the naming opportunity, but continue to use a picture of my cat that I had taken and given to them as part of the naming agreement. Can I make them either take down the picture or put my cat’s name under it?... read more

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Employment Law

April 23, 2024

An employee of the Zionist Organization of America, a New York not-for-profit corporation, may...Read more

501(c)(3) status does not create jurisdiction for Title IX

Receipt of section 501(c)(3) recognition of...

Tax compliance officer fired for non-compliance

An IRS tax compliance officer has been fired...

Workers’ comp is exclusive remedy for injured employee

The Nebraska Workers’ Compensation Act...

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Lead Stories

May 21, 2024
What happens under the following statement of facts?  The settlor/trustee of a personal trust... Read more
Foundation Not Liable For Actions of Loaned Exec

A U.S. private foundation that loaned a...

Lessons from Litigation

April 9, 2024

A former member of the Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity at Chicago State University has lost a claim...Read more

Worshipper can’t stop sale of religious building

When the governing body of The Islamic...

Foundation not entitled to attorneys’ fees

A private foundation in Pittsburgh that...

Trustee loses expenses for improper distributions

The trustee of a charitable trust has lost a...

Tax Matters

May 15, 2024

The Internal Revenue Service has collected in one place on its website a list of new and...Read more

Case initiated to challenge Johnson Amendment

A new case has been filed that may be the...

Low-income housing rented to low-income residents is exempt

The Supreme Court of Minnesota has affirmed a...

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