A presentation and discussion on the various forms of nonprofit hybrid structures for mission-oriented organizations, including for-profit subsidiaries of nonprofits, corporate foundations, and affiliated nonprofit and for-profit organizations.
The presenters will review choice of entity considerations, as well as the tax, corporate, and regulatory implications of different hybrid structures.
About the Presenters
Cameron Holland specializes in tax, corporate, and regulatory law as applicable to nonprofit, tax-exempt organizations. She regularly represents public charities, schools, churches, private foundations, business leagues, and social welfare organizations on a variety of issues, including formation, governance, tax compliance, contracts, employment, international activities, and corporate changes. The Law Office of Cameron Holland offers comprehensive legal services for small to medium-sized nonprofit and tax-exempt organizations at every stage of development.
Hash Zahed is a founding attorney at SPZ Legal, an Oakland, CA business law firm providing general counsel services to entrepreneurs who want to use business as a force for good. He advises startups and non-profits on everything from incorporation and trademarks to financings and commercial contracts. Hash went to UC Berkeley for both undergraduate and law school. In his spare time, he enjoys traveling, being active, and rooting for his SF Giants, Forty-Niners, Warriors, and Golden Bears. Learn more about Hash and his practice at www.spzlegal.com.
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Oakland, CA 94606
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