This lunchtime webinar will clarify common questions and misconceptions about forming and running a nonprofit organizations. Presenters will walk participants through the lifecycle of a charitable organization and answer questions like:
- What is a fiscal sponsorship?
- How do I apply for tax exemption and what are the different types of tax exempt categories?
- What types of commercial activities can a nonprofit engage in?
- What are the rules for fundraising out of state?
...and many others! This webinar is for both lawyers and non-lawyers.
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.
Charlotte Tsui is a Staff Attorney with Sustainable Economies Law Center in Oakland. She started her legal career as a Skadden Fellow at the same organization with a project focused on expanding access to legal services for immigrant cooperatives. Her interest in issues of development, inequality, and poverty stem in large part from her experiences growing up in the Philippines and as a first-generation immigrant to the United States. Since joining the Law Center, Charlotte has counseled worker cooperatives and nonprofit clients on issues ranging from entity formation, employment law, and tax compliance.
$25 registration for attorneys seeking CLE credit.*
$5 registration fee for all others.
*This activity has been approved for 1.5 MCLE credits by the California Bar.
Oakland, CA 94606
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