Gammon & Grange, P.C.

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McLean, Virginia 22102, United States

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Does the Federal Government Owe You Tens of Thousands of Dollars? Claiming the Small Business Health Care Tax Credit

On June 28, 2012, the Patient Protection Affordable Care Act ("ACA"), often referred to as "Obamacare," was declared constitutional by the United States Supreme Court. While most of the coverage of the ACA has focused on its…more
| Business Organizations, Nonprofit Law, Taxation

"The OTHER Mandate": Compliance, Exemptions, or Civil Disobedience? HHS Mandated Employer Health Insurance Requirements Begin August 1, 2012

In its Thursday decision, the Supreme Court ruled by a narrow 5-4 majority that the individual mandate requiring 40 million uninsured citizens to either purchase health insurance or pay a large penalty was a constitutional…more
| Health, Insurance, Labor & Employment Law, Nonprofit Law

Deadline Fast Approaching For Businesses Or Exempt Organizations To Claim A Tax Credit For Recently Hired Veterans.

If your business or tax-exempt organization has hired a United States veteran since November 22, 2011, your entity may be eligible for a significant tax credit as part of the recently expanded Work Opportunity Tax Credit…more
| Business Organizations, Labor & Employment Law, Nonprofit Law, Taxation

Tax Court: No Mercy For Donors with Inadequate Receipts

As most people are aware, the tax laws require donors to maintain documentation to substantiate their charitable contribution deductions. If audited, donors must be able to provide the IRS with qualifying receipts of certain…more
| Nonprofit Law, Taxation

HHS Mandated Employer Health Insurance Requirements Begin August 1, 2012 - Do you need to comply?

This week, the Franciscan University of Steubenville became the first university to cease offering health insurance to its students in response to what has become known as the "HHS Mandate." As many religious employers are…more
| Labor & Employment Law, Nonprofit Law

Benefit Corporations - Corporations with a Social Conscience

Corporations are generally associated with maximizing profits rather than making societal benefit a high priority. Well think again. An emerging corporate structure called the benefit corporation is a corporation with a social…more
| Business Organizations, Nonprofit Law

Legal Risks in Nonprofit Social Media Use

Social media has become an invaluable tool for advancing nonprofit causes. But most nonprofits are unaware of the many potential legal traps in the online world. Below are some tips on avoiding legal troubles in social media…more
| Communications & Media Law, Intellectual Property, Labor & Employment Law, Nonprofit Law

Unanimous Supreme Court in Hosanna-Tabor Recognizes Ministerial Exception and Affirms Religious Organizations' Rights Under First Amendment.

On January 11, 2012, the United States Supreme Court issued what is perhaps its most significant religious freedom decision yet in this century, strongly upholding the religious hiring rights of religious organizations. In…more
| Constitutional Law, Labor & Employment Law, Nonprofit Law

Social Media and the Law for Nonprofits

Powerpoint presentation to help nonprofits be aware of the legal risks of engaging in social media and of employees' use of social media…more
| Communications & Media Law, Intellectual Property, Nonprofit Law

IRS Trims Tax Exempt Rolls by 275,000

As reported in previous G&G Law Alerts (see Alerts from April and August 2010), tax exempt organizations that fail to file a required IRS Form 990 annual report (including the Form 990-N applicable to small organizations) for…more
| Nonprofit Law, Taxation

Facebook Posts and Employment Decisions:

Stories abound about the possible repercussions of sharing pictures, stories, and opinions on blogs and Facebook posts. Not uncommon is the temptation to vent frustrations from the office to family and friends using the latest…more
| Labor & Employment Law, Nonprofit Law

Splinter Group Prohibited From Using Similar Church Name

Are church denominational terms such as "Methodist," "Baptist," and "Seventh-Day Adventist" generic terms that can be used by any religious group to refer to itself? Or are such terms intellectual property that can be owned-and…more
| Intellectual Property, Nonprofit Law

President Obama’s Executive Order: Few Significant Changes to Faith-Based Partnerships with Government

Since President Obama took office in 2009, many faith-based organizations that have partnered with the government through federally funded programs have been on alert for any policy changes to the government’s handling of grants…more
| Administrative Law, Nonprofit Law

Soliciting Contributions Legally: What Your Organization Needs to Know Before It Raises Funds

In July 2010, the Tennessee Department of State assessed $50,000 in civil penalties on the Veterans Support Organization (VSO) for violating a number of the state's charitable solicitation statutes, including failure to register…more
| Business Organizations, Nonprofit Law

Health Care Tax Credit Explained for Small Employers

Since the March 2010 passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, the IRS has released information to help small businesses, including small nonprofits, understand how a provision in the extensive legislation may…more
| Health, Labor & Employment Law, Nonprofit Law, Taxation
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