As we have done previously (click here for our first quarter 2010 Nonprofit Alert, click here for our second quarter 2010 Nonprofit Alert, and click here for our third and fourth quarters 2010 Nonprofit Alerts), Venable's Nonprofit Organizations Practice Group will share the best of the nonprofit legal articles and PowerPoint presentations published or delivered by our attorneys. Our group has put together some very interesting, useful materials that should be of help to your organization as you tackle the always challenging array of legal issues facing nonprofits.
To read any of these articles, alerts, handouts or PowerPoint presentations, please click on the title (see full digest below for links).
Navigating Nonprofit Partnerships, Joint Ventures and Commercial Co-Ventures: How Arts Organizations Can Avoid the Legal Pitfalls; Protection of Charitable Assets Act: What the New Uniform Law Would Mean for Nonprofits; Johnston v. Carnegie Corporation of New York: How Strong Are Your Nonprofit’s Severance Agreements? Dangers and Opportunities: Navigating Nonprofit Partnerships, Collaborations, Joint Ventures and More; Nonprofits: Don't Get Caught Naked (Licensing); Sponsorships, Advertising, Endorsements, and Cause Marketing: Understanding Critical UBIT Issues for Nonprofits; Understanding Force Majeure Clauses; Recent IRS Determination Highlights Importance of Separation among Affiliates; The Top 10 Legal Risks Facing Nonprofit Boards; Top Ten Legal Issues for Associations: Common Mistakes, and How to Avoid Them; The Legal Aspects of Using Social Media: How to Avoid the Pitfalls and Capitalize on the Opportunities; The Dodd-Frank Act and Implications for Nonprofit Organizations; New Limits on Online Marketing: The Implications for Nonprofit Organizations; The Legal Minefield Of Social Media Policies; And, The Top Five Technology Legal Traps for the Unwary Nonprofit Organization.
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