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18th Annual Nonprofit Law Conference 2017

The very latest on exempt organizations

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    Product Description

    This year’s 18th Annual Nonprofit Law Conference 2017 covers all the hot topics you need to know if you represent exempt organizations in your practice. Our faculty of leading practitioners, including representatives of the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office, brings you up to date on the most important developments in the law of tax-exempt organizations during the past year and addresses the topics that will be coming across your desk in the next one. This Conference focuses on new developments from the administration in Washington. Spend part of the day with us and still have time to get back to your office in the afternoon!

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    • 8:00 am–9:00 am

      Networking Breakfast Reception

      Co-Sponsored by Nutter McClennen & Fish LLP and Foley Hoag LLP
    • 9:00 am–9:45 am

      Welcome and Year in Review

      eLecture Add to Cart
      This panel provides an overview of the most important legal developments for nonprofit organizations over the past year, including legislative updates involving tax reform and health care reform.
    • 9:45 am–10:45 am

      The View from the State Regulators

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      The Massachusetts Nonprofit Organizations/Public Charities Division is a national leader in regulating charities. Learn about the Division's efforts in the Commonwealth, directly from those making the decisions.
      Courtney M. Aladro, Esq., Office of the Attorney General/Nonprofit Organizations/Public Charities Division , Boston
      Eric B. Carriker, Esq., Office of the Attorney General/Nonprofit Organizations/Public Charities Division , Boston
      Bernardo Gustavo Cuadra, Esq., Office of the Attorney General/Nonprofit Organizations/Public Charities Division , Boston
      Emily Tassinari Gabrault, Esq., Office of the Attorney General/Nonprofit Organizations/Public Charities Division , Boston
      Jonathan C. Green, Esq., Office of the Attorney General/Nonprofit Organizations/Public Charities Division , Boston
      Argiro Kosmetatos Shapiro, Esq., Office of the Attorney General/Nonprofit Organizations/Public Charities Division , Boston
    • 10:45 am–11:00 am

      Networking and Refreshment Break

    • 11:00am–12:00 noon

      Lobbying and Political Activities of Nonprofit Organizations

      eLecture Add to Cart
      Acknowledging that certain 501(c)(3) organizations may not conduct political and, in some cases, lobbying activities, this session contains a vibrant discussion of how nonprofit organizations may effectively conduct lobbying activities in order to advance their mission, while staying within the limits imposed by the law.
      Ezra W. Reese, Esq., Perkins Coie , Washington
    • 12:00 noon–12:15 pm

      Networking & Refreshment Break, Pick Up Lunches (box lunch provided)

    • 12:15 pm–1:15 pm

      Philanthropy in the 21st Century

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      The complex challenges facing so many in society today—including those disadvantaged because of income and education gaps—require fresh and creative problem solving. This session addresses innovative approaches to achieving high-impact philanthropic initiatives geared to solving such challenges.
      Preston Quesenberry, Loeb & Loeb LLP , Washington
    • 1:15 pm–2:00 pm

      The Success of “Pay for Success”

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      Continuing the theme of innovative and cutting edge philanthropy, learn about so-called social impact bonds and their implementation through the most recent pay for success project happening in Massachusetts. Learn from social impact bond pioneer, Social Finance, Inc., how it mobilizes capital to drive social progress.
      Navjeet K. Bal, Esq., Social Finance, Inc. , Boston
      Tracey Hsu, Social Finance, Inc. , Boston

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    Courtney M. Aladro, Esq., Office of the Attorney General/Nonprofit Organizations/Public Charities Division, Boston
    Navjeet K. Bal, Esq., Social Finance, Inc. , Boston
    Eric B. Carriker, Esq., Office of the Attorney General/Nonprofit Organizations/Public Charities Division, Boston
    Bernardo Gustavo Cuadra, Esq., Office of the Attorney General/Nonprofit Organizations/Public Charities Division, Boston
    Emily Tassinari Gabrault, Esq., Office of the Attorney General/Nonprofit Organizations/Public Charities Division, Boston
    Jonathan C. Green, Esq., Office of the Attorney General/Nonprofit Organizations/Public Charities Division, Boston
    Tracey Hsu, Social Finance, Inc., Boston
    Preston Quesenberry, Loeb & Loeb LLP, Washington
    Ezra W. Reese, Esq., Perkins Coie, Washington
    Argiro Kosmetatos Shapiro, Esq., Office of the Attorney General/Nonprofit Organizations/Public Charities Division, Boston
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