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Next Steps in Social Media for Nonprofits and Public Interest Organizations: Deepening Your Online Outreach and Engagement Strategies

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From the program: Next Steps in Social Media for Nonprofits and Public Interest Organizations: Deepening Your Online Outreach and Engagement Strategies (Free)

Released on: Apr. 3, 2016

Please note that CLE credit is not available for this program. With the focus of social media in the legal profession, smart non-profits and public interest organizations are cultivating a robust social media presence. Learn what uses of social media are gaining traction, tools and tips that nonprofits are embracing, and how to effectively integrate social media with your overall communications and digital strategy. We’ll discuss how to ...

Advanced Copyright Law 2017: Current Issues -- Special Copyright Issues for Museums, Foundations, and Other Non-Profits

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From the program: Advanced Copyright Law 2017: Current Issues

Recorded on: Mar. 21, 2017

Taken from the Web Program Advanced Copyright Law 2017: Current Issues recorded March, 2017 in New York. Special Copyright Issues for Museums, Foundations, and Other Non-Profits [01:00:25] Special fair use issues for museums and non-profits Innovative permission policies Licensing issues Public interest factors Artists, moral rights, celebrities  Speakers:    Megan E. Bell, Karen R. Berry The ...

Special Copyright Issues for Museums, Foundations, and Other Non-Profits

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Recorded on: Mar. 21, 2017

RICHARD DANNAY: This segment is Special Copyright Issues for Museums, Foundations, and Other Non-Profits. A subject we haven't done in this program, at all. And we have two experts here, I'm going to introduce them. Both are counsel at Patterson Belknap Webb and Tyler here in New York. Karen Berry, to my far left, spent her first career-- I didn't know this-- working on the programmatic and operational side of non-profit organizations. First, as Executive ...

Advising Nonprofit Organizations 2017

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From the program: Advising Nonprofit Organizations 2017

Released on: May. 24, 2017

Nonprofits are under heightened scrutiny to account for their management and fiduciary practices, and managing a nonprofit has become increasingly complex.  This program is designed to examine federal and state laws and regulations affecting nonprofits, as well as new challenges and practical solutions for overcoming those challenges. You will learn: Best practices for good governance How to handle ethical issues that can arise ...

Nonprofit Organizations: The In-House Counsel Perspective

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Recorded on: May. 18, 2017

PAMELA MANN: So for our last panel this afternoon, we are going to hear from three, count them, three in-house counsel for nonprofits who are going to talk about the in-house perspective to representing nonprofit organizations. And I'm going to introduce our panel in alphabetical order as they are seated. First of all, I'm very pleased to introduce Terence Dougherty, who is the chief operating officer and general counsel of the ACLU and has been in ...

Update on New York’s Nonprofit Revitalization Act

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Recorded on: May. 18, 2017

PAMELA A. MANN: So our next speaker, we're going to charge right ahead. Are you going to speak from here? JASON R. LILIEN: I'll speak from here. PAMELA A. MANN: OK. STEFANIE H. ROTH: Hello. JASON R. LILIEN: How's everything? Good, thanks. PAMELA A. MANN: Our next speaker is Jason Lilien. He is the co-chair of Loeb and Loeb's tax exempt organizations practice, and he advises clients throughout the nonprofit sector and matters relating to corporate ...

Nonprofit Governance

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Recorded on: May. 18, 2017

PAMELA MANN: I am going to talk to you first about nonprofit governance, the duties of directors and officers, and related topics. And I think one of the interesting parts about starting with this topic is that it probably is the topic that I, anyway, get the most questions about in my work advising nonprofits. So it's a good way to kick off the day. We will later in the day hear about crisis. We will hear about ethics. We'll hear about IP issues ...

The Future of State and Federal Enforcement Initiatives in the Nonprofit Sector

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Recorded on: May. 18, 2017

PAMELA A. MANN: Good news about the raffle. So here we have next-- I'm very pleased to announce Michael Cooney is our next speaker. Michael is with the firm of Nixon Peabody where he directs the higher education and exempt organizations teams of that firm. He counsels charitable and other nonprofit organizations providing them with corporate and tax exempt advice in their various endeavors. He was selected by his peers for inclusion in the Best Lawyers ...

Intellectual Property Issues for Tax Exempt Organizations

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Recorded on: May. 18, 2017

PAMELA A MANN: OK. We're going to try to get started. Every minute counts. Our next speaker is Stefanie Roth. She is a partner at Ewenstein and Roth, and is going to speak to us about intellectual property and the modern nonprofit. Stephanie specializes in the laws governing tax exempt organizations, including nonprofit governance, development and fundraising general corporate finance-- and financing transactions, and a host of other issues as well. She ...

Crisis Management for Charities

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Recorded on: May. 18, 2017

PAMELA A. MANN: OK, class, it's time to start again. After a little while, we'll be able to have lunch. But first, I'm very pleased to introduce you to our next speaker, David Samuels. David Samuels joined Duval & Stachenfeld as a partner in 2006. He's the chair of the firm's Tax Exempt Organizations Practice Group and a member of the firm's Litigation Department and Employment Practice Group. Mr. Samuels has, since 2007, been named annually as one ...

Ethical Issues for Lawyers on Nonprofit Boards

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Recorded on: May. 18, 2017

PAMELA A. MANN: Next up, we have what you've all been waiting for-- ethics. And here to present ethics to you is my colleague and friend, Liz Guggenheimer. Liz is the Deputy Executive Director and Director of Institutional Advancement at the Lawyers Alliance for New York. She has significant legal expertise in the area of nonprofit governance and risk management, fundraising law and regulation, and legal ethics. With regard to the topic she's going ...


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