Upcoming presentation: Nonprofits and Political Activity

On April 24, 2017, I'll be presenting with Rebecca Lucero, Public Policy Director with MCN, at the Minnesota State Bar Association. We will be discussing Nonprofits and Political Activity in These  Political Times. This presentation will provide an overview and specific examples on the types of issues most nonprofits need to consider in order to manage the risks that exist with engaging in advocacy activities, particularly during these times when organizations may be expanding their advocacy and lobbying work. Register here, by April 20th. 

Nonprofit Law Conference, March 14, 2017

On March 14, 2017, I'll be discussing Exemption Issues and Small Organizations (or, How to Clean Up Messes), as well as participating as a panelist on Practical and Timely Hints for Working with Nonprofits. The annual Nonprofit Law Conference will be held at the Minnesota CLE Conference Center in Minnepolis, and attendees may claim a maximum of 6.5 CLE credits for this seminar.  A full list of presenters, topics, and online registration can be found here

 

Minnesota Women Lawyers panel

Please join me February 15th for a panel discussion put on by the MWL Equity Committee, regarding non-profit board service: considerations for attorneys. Registration is open online until February 13th. The fee is $10 for non-members, and free for MWL members. 

Qualified Small Employer Health Reimbursement Arrangements Allowed in 2017

I don't often address employee benefits issues on this blog because I don't myself practice in that area.  However, a new law that just passed reinstates (to a degree) a health care reimbursement option that some smaller nonprofits may be able to take advantage of!  Since I know only enough to get in trouble in this area, I asked my good friend Jewelie Grape to give me a summary.  If you want to know more, I suggest you contact her directly or let me know and I would be happy to put you in contact with her! 

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