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January 25-February 1, 2022
We have to dissolve our 501(c)(3) nonprofit historical museum. We understand that we have to give the bulk of our museum articles to a nonprofit in the area that is like ours. The furniture has no historical value. We would like to give the furniture to a museum a little bit farther away. Do we have the right to distribute our nonprofit articles to any and as many nonprofits as we wish? Answer

Employment Law

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The founder of a 501(c)(3) charitable organization may pursue an age discrimination case...Read more

Courts dismiss complaint for failure to hire

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Employee wins punitive damages for failure to accommodate

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Lead Stories

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January 18, 2022
A world-renowned Harvard chemist has been denied advanced payment of legal fees to defend against... Read more

Lessons from Litigation

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December 20, 2021

Directors of a California nonprofit aquatic center who sued other directors for breach of...Read more

Director loses standing to sue when not re-elected

A director of a nonprofit corporation who...

Hawai’i AG may subpoena records for investigation

The Attorney General of Hawai’i is authorized...

Defamation plaintiff lacks standing to contest charity’s exemption

A plaintiff seeking damages for defamation...

Tax Matters

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January 25, 2022

An organization claiming to be a “church” exempt from federal income tax under section 501(c)(3...Read more

Promotor penalized $8.46 million for tax fraud

A promotor who operated a timeshare donation...

IRS revising 1024, publishes tech guides

The Internal Revenue Service is revising the...

No charitable deduction for gift from estate to charitable trust

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has...

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