ALI CLE Tax Exempt Organizations: An Advanced Course
555 Twelfth Street NW
This annual program hosted by ALI CLE brings together the nation's leading practitioners to discuss today's sophisticated issues and tomorrow's anticipated challenges for tax exempt organizations. An unparalleled faculty, composed of private practitioners, foundation executives, strategic consultants, accountants, state regulators, and communications specialists provide forward-thinking, in-depth discussions to help attendees stay current in a broad range of recent developments and legal, legislative, and tax issues affecting the nonprofit field.
- Government grants and contracts: what to do when you client has good news ("we just won a government grant!") and bad news ("now we are a government contractor") and what you should be doing now to recoup indirect costs pursuant to the recent White House Office of Management and Budget uniform guidance
- Private foundations and corporate governance: dealing with family dynamics, complying with the law, and best practices in the boardroom
- Crisis communications: what to do when your client's CEO steals money or patients die during a clinic trial
- Election round-up: a week after election day, what role did nonprofits and their "dark money" play
- State regulation: the good and the bad for nonprofit oversight
- Accounting for nonprofits: what every lawyer needs to know
With two networking lunches, an intimate learning environment, ample time for questions, and plenty of opportunities to interact with like-minded professionals, registrants will come away connected, informed, and ready to advise their exempt organization clients.