Charitable Nonprofit Organizations Posts
A new ethics course from ALI CLE will discuss the different approaches for nonprofits and charitable organizations’ entity selection and the results these selections will have on the organization’s tax status.
Devoted to research, training, and policy in the evolving area of law and society, UCLA School of Law has established the Program on Philanthropy and Nonprofits.
This post describes the major risks facing nonprofits who fail to meet regulatory requirements.
This article contributes to the corporate governance literature by identifying aspects of nonprofit governance that create unnecessary risk to nonprofit entities and to society overall.
Recent scandals in the nonprofit sector have once again called into question the issue of nonprofit governance. Who is governing these organizations and are they doing so appropriately? Who is regulating and what law applies — federal, state, or both?
In a relatively unnoticed decision in June, the Supreme Court of the United States reached a decision that could provide an additional reason for governments to outsource activities to nonprofits.
At this year’s Annual Meeting on May 20, members of The American Law Institute voted to approve Tentative Draft No. 3 of Restatement of the Law, Charitable Nonprofit Organizations. Today’s vote marks the completion of this project.
In this video, Restatement of Charitable Nonprofits Reporter Jill R. Horwitz and Associate Reporter Nancy A. McLaughlin discuss Restrictions of Charitable Assets—including the creation, enforcement, modification, and release of restrictions.
In this video Reporter Jill R. Horwitz and Consultant Marion R. Fremont-Smith provide a glimpse into how the Restatement of Charitable Nonprofits will bring greater understanding to the complex area of law of charitable nonprofits.
At its meeting in Philadelphia on January 17 and 18, the ALI Council reviewed drafts for six projects. Drafts or portions of drafts for six projects received Council approval, subject to the meeting discussion and to the usual prerogative to make nonsubstantive editorial improvements.