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April 16-30, 2007

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April 16-30, 2007

April 16-30, 2007

Charity Loses Claims Against Bank For E.D.’s Conversion from Account
Statute of limitations runs from improper conversion, not from date of discovery by Association

City, as Creditor and Beneficiary, Can’t Force Dissolution of Charity Serving Local Area
Neither City nor Member of corporation can force appointment of receiver or dissolution of ambulance corps

Court May Review Suspension Of Member of Private Association
Internal affairs may be reviewed when rules are unreasonable or arbitrarily administered

Ready Reference Page No. 100
IRS Corrects, Clarifies Instructions For 2006 Version of Form 990

There is no limit on the look back period for reporting compensation to former officers or directors

Issues Notes

  • Kramer, Sikes named “Super Lawyers”
  • Kramer to speak at VNA luncheon
  • Thursday with the Editor, July 12

To the Point
Is it necessary to name a Finance Committee as a standing committee in the bylaws of our nonprofit?

Lessons from Litigation

  • Agency fraud claim remanded to state court
  • County Attorney censured for failure to keep gift records
  • Court dismisses claims of “vexatious litigant”
  • Member must exhaust internal proceedings before suit

Tax Matters

  • Landlord fails to qualify as charitable
  • “Underutilized” property qualifies for partial exemption

Employment Law

  • Employee may pursue FMLA and retaliation claims

Say That Again

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