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Question of the Week

April 16-23, 2019
May an ex-felon (who has turned his life around) create a nonprofit organization or serve as its executive director if his father starts the nonprofit?   Answer

Employment Law

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April 5, 2019

The Court of Appeals of Minnesota has affirmed a district court ruling dismissing an age...Read more

Equal treatment not defense against whistleblower claim

An employee’s claim under a state...

“Ministerial exception” does not stop ADA claim

The “ministerial exception” that protects...

Med Center did not discriminate on layoffs

An appellate court in Kentucky has affirmed a...

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Lead Stories

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April 19, 2019

A California appellate court has reversed a trial court decision that a director of a public...

Lessons from Litigation

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April 12, 2019

A nonprofit healthcare organization can be liable for the sexual harassment of a patient by an...Read more

Symphony finally fires volunteer

After more than five years of dispute and...

PA AG challenges UPMC’s compliance with “charitable obligations”

Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro...

Member has standing to sue directors for breach

A member of an Illinois nonprofit corporation...

Tax Matters

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April 1, 2019

The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals has affirmed the constitutionality of the “parsonage...Read more

No deduction for gift of house for “deconstruction”

The federal District Court in Maryland has...

(c)(4) applicant can’t challenge Rev. Ruling

An applicant for 501(c)(4) social welfare...

Court denies deductions for non-perpetual easements

The Tax Court has denied charitable...

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