Category: Nonprofit & Tax Exempt Organizations

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Sixteen States Enter into Settlement Agreement with Charity Involved in Unlawful Cause Marketing Campaign

Sixteen state agencies have entered into a settlement agreement with Tennessee-based charity Operation Troop Aid (“OTA”) for engaging in a nationwide cause marketing campaign that violated state charitable solicitation laws.  According to the settlement agreement announced on July 19th, OTA violated state …

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The Impact of Technology on Charities Regulation: Takeaways from the Annual NAAG/NASCO Conference

Technological innovation and the proliferation of data continue to impact nonprofits requiring organizations to rethink programs, fundraising efforts and internal processes to maximize impact in a shifting landscape. It is not surprising, then, that when state charity regulators from across the country …

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Why Delaware – The most popular state for new businesses and new nonprofits

Whenever a client comes to us to start a new nonprofit, one of the first topics we discuss is where to incorporate the new organization. We often recommend incorporation in Delaware, regardless of where the nonprofit plans to operate. Here are a …

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New Legal Developments Affect New York Organizations Using Independent Contractors

Yoga Instructors May Be Independent Contractors On October 25, 2016, in the Matter of Yoga Vida NYC,  a decision sure to have rippling effects through many industries, the New York State Court of Appeals–the highest court in New York State — ruled …

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