Blog posts tagged with Legal issues

Things You Should Know About Copyright

Things You Should Know About Copyright

June 7, 2016

Take a minute to think about all the places your nonprofit uses photographs – your website, the blog, social media, brochures, etc. The list could go on and on. Here’s a question to ponder: Are any of those pictures infringing someone else’s copyright? 

Seven Charitable Foundation Rules: Myth and Reality

Seven Charitable Foundation Rules: Myth and Reality

July 13, 2015

Daniel N. Belin, owner of Belin Consulting, discusses seven rules governing foundation grantmaking that are often misconstrued or misunderstood. He talks about the types of organizations foundations may support (not just 501(c)(3)s), what activities they cannot support, and giving to non-U.S. charities through a U.S.-based support organization.

Developing a Contract or Written Agreement for Your Nonprofit Collaboration

April 25, 2012

To help us go over the importance of these agreements, the Foundation Center offered a seminar on April 12, 2012 called Nonprofit Collaboration Agreements, Contracts, and MOUs. The workshop was led by Stephen Besen and John Marzulli, partners specializing in mergers and acquisitions at Shearman & Sterling LLP, and was presented in collaboration with New York Lawyers for the Public Interest. Here are some of the critical points of the discussion.