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2nd Annual Institute on Not-for-Profit Law--Full Day

Length: 6 hours 35 minutes

This full-day program will provide a comprehensive overview of nonprofit law, with a focus on key developments in the area.  Topics to be discussed include compensation, political and legislative activities limitations, charitable solicitations, update on accounting issues, IRS update, the Attorney General’s regulatory authority, update on the Attorney General’s reform bill, including focus on interested party rules, government contracting for nonprofits and ethics issues.  Panelists will include regulators, attorneys, accountants and academics.  This program will be of interest to in-house counsel for nonprofit organizations and those who advise them, as well as executives at nonprofits.

Program Co-chairs: Robert Pigott, Vice President & General Counsel, Phipps Houses & David Samuels, Duval & Stachenfeld LLP

Full-Day Agenda

9:00–9:30 am   Introduction and Overview on Federal and State Law Issues
                            David Samuels

9:30–9:55 am  IRS Update
                           Marcus Owens

9:55–10:20 am  Charitable Deduction: Your Money or Uncle Sam’s
                            Professor James Fishman

10:20–10:45 am  Compensation, Inurement & Intermediate Sanctions
                               Megan Bell

10:45-10:55 am    Break

10:55–11:45 am  Panel on Ethical Issues
                               Elizabeth Guggenheimer, Pamela Mann & Michael Kutzin

11:45- 12:35 pm Keynote Speaker
                            Attorney General Schneiderman

                            Introductory Remarks & Overview
                             Jason R. Lilien

12:35-1:30 pm  Lunch Break

1:30-1:55 pm   Attorney General’s Regulatory Authority
                          Robert Pigott

1:55–2:20 pm  Political & Legislative Activities Limitations, Including 501(c)(4) Issues
                           Jennifer Reynoso

2:20-2:45 pm  Charitable Solicitation & Registration
                          Karen Wu

2:45-3:10 pm  Accounting Update
                         Candice Meth  & Ian Benjamin

3:10-3:20 pm    Break

3:20–3:45 pm   Update on AG’s Reform Bill
                            David Lowden

3:45-4:10 pm   Government Contracting for Nonprofits
                           Michelle Jackson

4:10–5:00 pm  Ethics in Charitable Gift Planning
                           Conrad Teitel

NY & NJ CLE Credit: 8.0 total: 6.0 professional practice & 2.0 ethics.
CA & PA: 5.0 general &  1.5 ethics.

Produced By:

New York City Bar Association

Course Materials

  • 2nd Annual Institute on Not-for-Profit Law--Full Day
  • Affirmation Document