This advanced-level seminar provides a focused lens on several key areas of nonprofit organizations law. Review the IRS rules for classifying private foundations and public charities. Examine private foundation costs and benefits to determine if a private foundation is the right choice for your client. Take a look at the definition of qualified religious organizations and the advantages for such entities under the federal income tax code. See how civil rights laws apply to religious and faith-based organizations. A case study of the Northwest Housing Alternatives campus development is explored, and the legislative update on Oregon’s Nonprofit Corporation Act includes changes to the conflict-of-interest rules and Attorney General oversight provisions.
Cosponsored by the Nonprofit Organizations Law Section.
• Trell Anderson, Northwest Housing Alternatives, Milwaukie
• David Atkin, Center for Nonprofit Law, Eugene
• Susan Bower, Oregon Department of Justice Civil Enforcement Division, Portland
• Professor Susan Gary, University of Oregon School of Law, Eugene
• Grady Goodall, Oregon State University Foundation, Corvallis
• Mark Kantor, Kantor Taylor PC, Portland
• G. Kevin Kiely, Cable Huston LLP, Portland
• Kate Kilberg, Catalyst Law LLC, Portland
• Andrea Thompson, Stoel Rives LLP, Portland
• Michele Wasson, Stoel Rives LLP, Portland
6 General CLE credits
ID 64503, 02/06/2020
Complete by 02/06/2023 for Oregon credit
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