Seminar Number

117663

 

8th Annual
NONPROFIT LAW SEMINAR

RECORDED MARCH 31, 2011

Co-Sponsor:
General Practice and Trial Law Section, State Bar of Georgia

Presiding:
Brooks W. Binder, Program Co-Chair; CSG Legal, Atlanta
Cassady V. Brewer, Program Co-Chair; Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP, Atlanta
W. Marshall Sanders, Program Co-Chair; Alston & Bird LLP, Atlanta

INTRODUCTION AND PROGRAM OVERVIEW
W. Marshall Sanders

OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS: GEORGIA AS THE
PREFERRED NONPROFIT CORPORATE DOMICILE - A CASE STUDY

F. Sheffield Hale, American Cancer Society, Inc., Atlanta
Timothy B. Phillips, American Cancer Society, Inc., Atlanta

PANEL DISCUSSION: UNRELATED BUSINESS
INCOME AND IRS AUDITS

Marc A. Azar, CPA, Smith & Howard, P.C., Atlanta
Matthew J. Gries, Sutherland, Asbill & Brennan, LLP,
Atlanta
Cassady V. Brewer

PANEL DISCUSSION (CONT.)

RULES ON POLITICAL AND LOBBYING ACTIVITIES
Douglas Chalmers, Jr., Political Law Group, a Chalmers LLC, Johns Creek

INVESTING MONEY FOR NONPROFITS:
REFLECTIONS, REALITIES, AND REVELATIONS

David W. Polstra, CPA, CFP, CIMA, Brightworth, LLC,
Atlanta
Don Wilson, CFA, CFP, Brightworth, LLC, Atlanta

HOT TOPICS INVOLVING TAX-EXEMPT
ORGANIZATIONS

Michael I. Sanders, Blank Rome LLP, Washington, DC

NUCI’S SPACE AND PROPERTY TAX EXEMPTION FOR GEORGIA NONPROFITS
Clark R. Calhoun, Alston & Bird LLP, Atlanta
NONPROFIT ACCOUNTING FOR LAWYERS
Gregory W. Hayes, CPA, Moore Stephens Tiller LLC, Atlanta
FUNDAMENTALS OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL’S ROLE RELATED TO CHARITABLE ENTITIES
Julie A. Jacobs, Office of Attorney General, State of
Georgia, Atlanta
Audrey M. Seidle, Office of Attorney General, State of Georgia, Atlanta