Category: Nonprofit Law

"Let There Be Light” Part 2 of 2 Part Series

There are numerous other examples of religious institutions which have made green energy part of their mission. Utility companies across the U.S. are embracing solar energy. Savvy investors like Warren Buffet see the potential in solar power. More…By: Lewis Roca…

Alert: Conversion of a Postsecondary Educational Institution from a For-Profit to a Nonprofit, Tax-Exempt Entity

The recent announcements that Grand Canyon University would explore nonprofit status and that Corinthian Colleges plans to sell a group of schools to a nonprofit entity have encouraged higher education companies to take a fresh look at conversion…By: Cooley LLP…

Religious Institutions Update: December 2014

Every year, religious institutions spend millions purchasing insurance of various types from insurance companies. Many will never make claims on the policies remotely equal to their annual investment in premiums. In these circumstances, religious…By: Holland & Knight LLP Related Articles:…

Perspectives – November 2014

In this issue: – Not-for-Profit Spotlight – Top Compliance Challenges in Church Accounting – 10 Ways to Lose Your Not-for-Profit Status – Not-For-Profit Fleet Management – Events – Excerpt from Not-for-Profit Spotlight: The…By: Benesch Related Articles: Dodd-Frank News: November 2013:…

Ancillary Joint Ventures Involving Taxable and Tax-Exempt Health Care Entities: Addressing the Chilling Effect of IRS Inaction

Tax-exempt health care systems facing growing operating costs and falling revenues frequently explore creation of ancillary joint ventures (AJVs) as vehicles to raise capital, share risk, expand coverage, and provide care more efficiently, while…By: Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP Related…