Please join us for a complimentary seminar focused on the critical legal issues facing nonprofits as they increasingly engage supporters, raise funds, and create change online and through digital technology.
This seminar is tailored to nonprofit executives and in-house counsel and will include three discussions featuring nonprofit, legal, and technology insiders.
Applications for continuing legal education (CLE) accreditation for this program are currently pending.
LaVerne Woods, Partner, DWT
Dealing with Disruption
Kraig Baker, Partner, DWT
Crowdfunding, Online Payments, and Charitable Fundraising
“Nuts and bolts” of crowdfunding for nonprofits
A case study in peer-to-peer online fundraising
State-by-state charitable solicitation and cause marketing compliance, and the Charleston Principles
Presented by: Tom Schroeder, Senior Counsel, University of California; Jean Tom, Partner, DWT; David Lawson and Dsu-Wei Yuen, Associates, DWT
Oh, the Information You’ll Collect, and How to Protect! A Privacy and Cybersecurity Primer for Nonprofits
What is the difference between privacy, information security, and cybersecurity?
What information are you collecting, who should have vs who wants access?
Data security breach 101 – how to respond
Presented by: LaVerne Woods, Sean Hoar, Christin McMeley, Partners, DWT
You Posted What?! – Social Media and Nonprofits: Pitfalls and Possibilities
The rules and regulations governing social media – what does/doesn’t apply to nonprofits
Issues concerning your online content: Copyright & Trademark, Infringement, Defamation, and Right of Publicity
Compliance when using social media for charitable solicitations and advocacy
How to design a good social media policy
Presented by: Jeanette Lodwig, General Counsel, The Seattle Foundation; Kraig Baker, Jean Tom, Partners, DWT; Marisa Meltbeke, Associate, DWT