Allen Bromberger has over 20 years experience representing nonprofit organizations in a wide variety of business matters and legal transactions. His practice focuses on social enterprise corporate philanthropy—“hybrid” legal structures and arrangements that allow the pursuit of economic and social goals simultaneously, including:
- Spin-off of nonprofit commercial enterprises into for-profit businesses
- Establishing and operating corporate foundations and charitable giving programs
- Corporate sponsorships of charitable activities
- Joint ventures between businesses and nonprofits
- Commercial co-venturers
- Program-related investments
- Structuring socially-responsible investments
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Bromberger served as president of Power of Attorney, a New York City private operating foundation, and as executive director of Lawyers Alliance for New York, a public interest law firm for nonprofit and community development organizations.
Professional & Nonprofit Affiliations
Mr. Bromberger is legal advisor to The New York University Catherine B. Reynolds Foundation Program in Social Entrepreneurship, the Secretary/Treasurer of the Fourth Sector Network, and an advisor to Corporate Counsel magazine. He is a member of Who’s Who in American Law and Who’s Who in America and has served on numerous public and private organizations’ boards and committees.
Publications & Speaking Engagements
Mr. Bromberger is the author of Getting Organized and Advising Nonprofits, two widely-used books on nonprofit formation and operation. He has also written numerous articles on nonprofit legal matters and is a frequent speaker on nonprofit and social enterprise legal issues.
- J.D., University of California/Hastings College of Law, 1982
- B.A., University of California/Berkeley, 1977