I reported on the following tax and nonprofit law developments at an association meeting on September 20, 2016. I trust this update is interesting to the readers of this Alert.
- The IRS has given new life to charitable remainder annuity… Continue reading
Loss of Tax Exempt Status Rulings
In recent IRS Private Letter Rulings, the IRS has denied the tax exempt status of three separate organizations. The following provides a brief summary of each ruling:
- In Private Letter Ruling 201627002 (March 31,… Continue reading
14th ANNUAL NONPROFIT INSTITUTE AND DOL’S OVERTIME REGULATIONS
This year I was again a course planner for Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s annual conference. PBI’s Institute is a gathering in Philadelphia of the leading nonprofit lawyers and nonprofit executives in the Commonwealth… Continue reading
Pennsylvania Charitable Solicitation Law Has Teeth!
In a recent decision of the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court, a mid-level Pennsylvania appellate court, a total of 10.8 million dollars in legal fees, restitution and similar penalties were assessed against two Ohio men accused… Continue reading
Commonwealth Court holds that pension claim not subject to arbitration.
Pennsylvania law generally subjects local government pension benefits for police officers to collective bargaining under Act 111. Often when there is a disputed claim for pension benefits, a question arises… Continue reading
Lifesteps, Inc.: Analysis of Options for Corporate Restructure
Lifesteps, Inc. – May, 2016
Legally, What’s Not to Love about Planned Giving
Emerging Philanthropy Conference – April, 2016
Legally Sound Development
Healthcare Council of Western Pennsylvania – March, 2016
Lessons Learned… Continue reading
CLE speakers to discuss lessons learned from Ebola crisis
by Tracy Carbasho
Lawyers Journal – March 20, 2015
The ACBA’s Health Law Section is planning what promises to be an intriguing educational program focusing on the lessons learned from the… Continue reading