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Hot Topics for Today’s Nonprofit Leaders: Avoid the Pitfalls and Stay Compliant
  • On-demand
Sally Wagenmaker

A smorgasbord of legal tips covering cybersecurity and data privacy, fundraising legal compliance, sales tax changes, creative collaboration and other transitional changes, political involvement, and related nonprofit governance aspects including how to address conflicts of interest.

Subrecipient vs. Vendors: Distinctions, Roles and Responsibilities Under the Uniform Guidance
  • On-demand
Rex L. Porter

Explore the requirements set forth for all phases of the subaward process, and provides strategies for setting up meaningful systems and relationships.

The New Not-for-Profit Entities Reporting: Areas Affected by the New Standard & Changes Which Can Be Adopted Early
  • On-demand
Diane E. Edelstein

Learn the new requirements for the Presentation of Financial Statements of Not-for-Profit Entities.

The Schedule of Expenditures of Federal Awards: An Important Part of Preparing for Your Single Audit
  • On-demand
Diane E. Edelstein

Guidance on how to complete your SEFA in order to smooth your Single Audit and to make sure you are in compliance with all of the Uniform Guidance requirements.

Insurance Policies for Nonprofits: Understanding Different Coverages and Determining Your Needs
  • On-demand

Please join John Bradley as he walks you through a typical insurance policy, explaining key terms to focus on, what it all means, and how the right choice can potentially save your nonprofit from unnecessary exposure.

Legal Risks with Nonprofit Social Media Use: Avoid Liability and Reduce Exposure
  • On-demand
John Bradley

Please join John Bradley, attorney-at-law, as he explains some of the potential risks and liabilities associated with the use of social media and discusses methods, such as the adoption of a social media policy that will both contribute to your nonprofit’s mission and reduce your legal exposures.

Negotiating Hotel Contracts: Avoiding Common Traps and Getting the Best Deal for Your Organization
  • On-demand

Please join John Bradley, prominent nonprofit attorney, as he discusses key points that you need to focus on when negotiating your hotel and convention center contracts in order to make sure you get the best deal for your organization.

New Rules for Nonprofits Engaging in Political Activity: The Johnson Amendment, Trump’s Executive Order and What to Expect Moving Forward
  • On-demand

Please join John Bradley as he puts these recent into events into perspective. He will examine the Johnson Amendment and the existing restrictions on political activity by nonprofits, focusing on what is presently permissible and what activity will put your tax-exempt status in jeopardy. This webinar will also look at what changes in the existing law(s) might mean for you and your nonprofit moving forward.

Nonprofit Bylaws: What They Should Include & How to Use This Important Management Tool
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John Bradley

Please join John Bradley, attorney at law, as he shares his years of legal and nonprofit experience offering guidance on how to draft and maintain bylaws that reflect the goals and mission of your nonprofit and prevent problems during the life of your organization.

Nonprofit Directors and Board Members: Guide to Understanding Legal Responsibilities and Possible Liabilities
  • On-demand

Please join John Bradley, attorney at law, as he offers guidance for recognizing and dealing with the many legal issues that a nonprofit, its directors and board members will face over the life of an organization, from its formation through its dissolution. Mr. Bradley will offer guidance for understanding the legal requirements directors and board members must be aware of so that they will be better prepared to deal with these issues before they become problems and legal distractions.

Nonprofit Fundraising: Understanding the Rules That Govern Charitable Solicitations
  • On-demand

Please John Bradley, attorney at law, as he offers analysis and practical guidance relating to the fundraising solicitation and registration requirements that govern nonprofit fundraising activities. Getting it correct will help to make your 2015 fundraising season both successful and trouble free.

Nonprofit Mergers: Steps to Take and Legal Risks to Consider
  • On-demand

Please join John Bradley for a webinar that looks at what mergers are, the factors to review prior to entering into a merger, and the steps to take to complete a merger. We also will look at other restructuring options including consolidations, joint ventures and affiliation agreements, and how to select the option best for your organization’s situation.

Nonprofit Record Retention Policy: A Crucial Management Consideration Not to Be Overlooked
  • On-demand

Please join John Bradley, attorney at law, as he takes you through the steps of organizing and reviewing your document retention policies and procedures and helps identify for how long different types of documents need to be retained.

Nonprofits and Earned Income 101: Practical and Legal Considerations
  • On-demand

Please join Erin Bradrick, senior counsel at NEO Law Group, for a comprehensive review of what your nonprofit should be considering when embarking on an earned income endeavor.

Procurement Rules Under 2 CFR 200: How to Use the Uniform Guidance to Your Nonprofit’s Advantage
  • On-demand

Please join Rex Porter as he provides clear and practical explanations of procurement policy and purchasing action responsibilities under 2 CFR 200 to help improve your nonprofit’s compliance and eliminate potential areas of risk.

Rules for Accepting Gifts: Protect Your Nonprofit by Developing a Solid Gift Acceptance Policy That’s Aligned with IRS Requirements
  • On-demand

Please join John Bradley, attorney at law, as he offers guidance for understanding the potential risk and liabilities arising out of the receipt of gifts and donations by your nonprofit. He will discuss how developing policies and procedures for gifts before they arrive can reduce or eliminate these risks.

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