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Advising Nonprofits, Sixth Edition
*NEW in SEPT 2014* Includes Updated Information Regarding the Nonprofit Revitalization Act. This comprehensive guide to
legal issues encountered by attorneys, staff, and board members
in operating and managing not-for-profit corporations has been
updated substantially since the last edition to reflect changes to the New York Not-for-Profit Corporation Law enacted by the Nonprofit Revitalization Act in late 2013.
Key issues relating to corporate governance and structuring,
contracts, regulatory compliance, fundraising, personnel
management, lobbying and political activity, intellectual
property, and revenue-generating activities are covered in the
The extensive Appendices contain model documents and practical
checklists and charts. Published in 2014. Preview the
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Charting the Course: Legal Help for Nonprofits in
*NEW in DEC 2012* This report provides proven
business and legal strategies to help nonprofit leaders and
board members meet the continuing challenges posed in a weak or uncertain
economy. Nonprofit organizations are coping with increased
demand for their services as funding remains precarious.
Despite an unpredictable financial outlook, there are multiple
strategies and best practices that nonprofits can pursue to
minimize risks, sustain and enhance their programs, maximize
their resources, and better position themselves to carry forth
their charitable missions.
The report focuses on five key areas: mission, people,
facilities, funds, and relationships. It includes a detailed
analysis and hypothetical examples of when and how legal
assistance can make a positive difference. It also recommends
public policies to support nonprofit advocacy, rationalize
government contracting, simplify regulatory reviews, and
increase access to working capital.
Published in 2012. Preview the
contents and introduction.
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