You’ll Be Saww-wyyy: The Unauthorized Use of Photos

So you decide you want to have some type of commemoration event or some event honoring a favorite author/artist/speaker/juggler etc. You’ll want to create materials detailing this individuals life, their  accomplishments and possibly hardships. But more than anything you’ll likely want to provide a picture (or pictures) of that individual for context. That there may […]

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Have You: Looked At Your By-laws

With every new year comes new circumstances. After a couple of these new year’s an organization can find itself with by-laws that are totally inapplicable. Consequently, organizations should make it a point to look over by-laws and other governing documents every year. Here are a few things to take special note of when giving by-laws […]

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Why Non-Profits May Not Want to Talk Politics

U.S. Capitol Building

With election season lurking around the corner, the exemption status for non-profits all over the country may be at risk, and most of them don’t even know it. As I discussed earlier in “Demystifying Private Inurement”, the primary statue governing what constitutes a charitable organization is chock full of requirements. But it also has some […]

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FTC May Make Collecting Consumer Data not Worth the Hassle

Once heralded as a modern day Wild West, businesses could soon find themselves wrangled in if the Federal Trade Commission has its way. During a recent Senate Commerce hearing Representatives proposed what has been dubbed as a “virtual do-not-call list”. Somewhat like the National Do Not Call Registry (currently in place for phones which regulates […]

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