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June 16-30, 2005

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June 16-30, 2005

June 16-30, 2005

Senate Finance Committee Focuses Hearing on Conservation Easements
Grassley hopes to package reform bill before Congress goes on summer recess

Court May Inquire Whether 501(c)(3) Agency Is Acting as a “Nonprofit” Credit Counselor
Exemption from suit in Credit Repair Act is not controlled by IRS determination, Appeals Court says

Does Collector of Contributions Have Obligation to Remit to Organization?
Without contract or implication of agency volunteer collector can give contributions back to donors

Unincorporated Association Can’t Sue To Prevent Secession of Affiliates
Missouri Court of Appeals reverses trial court and permits representative members to pursue claims

Ready Reference Page
Term Limits Are For Cowards

Arbitrary end of service assures that organizations lose some of their best talent

Issues Notes

  • Kramer, Sikes named “Super Lawyers” in Pennsylvania
  • Remember. You have a virtual textbook of nonprofit law just mouse clicks away
  • Thursday with the Editor, June 30

To the Point

Is it illegal for one nonprofit organization (school) to give to another nonprofit organization (another school) for a fundraiser?

Lessons from Litigation

  • Court accepts jurisdiction of retaliation claim
  • 9/11 Samaritan get 8 years for theft of contributions

Tax Matters

  • Tax Court upholds conservation easements

Employment Law

  • Whistleblower law does not displace common law

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