Princeton Wins $15 Million Claim For Defense Costs from Insurer
University has spent more in opposing Robertson suit for breach of fiduciary duty
Under Volunteer Protection Act
College had sued to enjoin operation of separate account and disbursements
E.D. Convicted for Failing to Disclose Related Party Deals on Form 990
Accountant-husband is also guilty of conspiracy to file false tax returns
Nonprofit Law YOU Want to Know
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- Kramer schedules 2 talks
- Thursday with the Editor, June 7
To the Point
Our 501(c)(3) school has a computer use policy that states that the email system is school property. Is it proper for school employees or spouses to use the email system to send unsolicited emails regarding political campaign issues?
Lessons from Litigation
- Insider can’t buy claims to confirm bankruptcy
- Association can’t sue event planner locally
- Husband may recover wife’s charitable gifts
- IRS revokes school exemption for private benefit
- Family service employees not covered by FLSA
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