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Nonprofits

Q&A: Nonprofit Corporations and Real Property Ownership

  • December 31, 2020
  • by Adel Nucho

The value of assets in the United States within the nonprofit sector alone was about 6 trillion dollars in 2016 ($5,990,470,000,000.00 to be exact!), according to the National Center for Charitable Statistics. Real property (like land and buildings) is considered an asset, and it is […]

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Coronavirus Impact: State and Federal Relief Funds to Assist Small Business with Losses during COVID-19

  • March 22, 2020
  • by Zana Tomich

With many of Michigan’s small businesses and restaurants closed by Executive Order as result of COVID-19 until at least April 13, 2020, many business owners are looking for relief to remedy their losses. The MEDC announced the Michigan Small Business Relief Program to fund $20 […]

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Court Clears Way for Use of Unpaid Volunteer Labor

  • May 7, 2018
  • by Zana Tomich

Organizations that use volunteer labor can breathe a sigh of relief.  With the latest decision from the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, Acosta v. Cathedral Buffet, Inc., 6th Cir., Case No. 17-3427, (April 16, 2017), the Appellate Court clarified that use of unpaid labor, was […]

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When Does Your Nonprofit Need an Attorney?

  • July 27, 2015
  • by Lawrence Opalewski

If you are on the board of a nonprofit, you already know that there are some situations where your organization will need an attorney. However, most nonprofits do not realize many of the areas where an attorney can drastically minimize risk for the nonprofit, and […]

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