May nonprofits keep their records private from the general public? Yes and no. Disclosure of IRS Form 990s and Form 1023 is often required, though not always.
Thus far, 2023 has proved a banner year for new employment-related legal developments. What do churches and other nonprofits now need to consider?
The National Labor Relations Board recently issued a far-reaching decision in Stericycle, Inc. which provides an updated legal standard for employees.
This article addresses options for LLCs within the nonprofit context, as well as LLC distinctives, formational aspects, tax treatment, and management.
Legal developments strengthen employees’ religious and pregnancy-related rights and shape “undue hardship” considerations. How should employers respond?
It is estimated that 7% of individuals in the U.S. are subject to a wage garnishment. What should nonprofit employers do upon receipt of such notice?
Tragically, grooming of children happens. The nonprofit sector is not free from these harmful tactics, aimed at eventually causing sexual harm.
The Braidwood appellate ruling clarifies tensions between employment discrimination laws and religious freedom protections for private employers under RFRA.
Nonprofits are advised to be especially attentive to emerging data privacy requirements. Six states adopted comprehensive data privacy laws in 2023.
How "friendly" are U.S. jurisdictions to nonprofits? Napa Legal's Faith & Freedom Index scores states on religious freedom and regulatory freedom aspects.