Wednesday, June 10, 2020
10:00am - 11am - Webinar (BigBlueButton Web Conferencing)
Free Session - RSVP Required
About this session: As nonprofits continue to struggle with the COVID pandemic and its secondary effects on the economy, nonprofits need to understand their legal obligations to both clients and employees. As various states ease their lock down measures, nonprofits need to ensure that have their own set of policies and procedures for employees returning to work and meeting the needs of their clients. Due to a precipitous drop in giving, many nonprofits have to not only downsize but also have difficult conversations about how to keep their doors open or close for good.
About the Presenter: David Bea, JD, Principal, Bea & VandenBerk Attorneys at Law
David Bea is an attorney with the firm of Bea & VandenBerk in Chicago. The attorneys at Bea & VandenBerk concentrate on serving nonprofits and social entrepreneurs. They have successfully taken a wide variety of organizations through the start-up process, advised both large and small organizations on issues of governance, leadership, management, corporate re-structuring, taxation, international operations, operation of foreign subsidiaries, protection of intellectual property, real estate, and employment administration. Their clients are nationwide. David’s clients include start-ups, nonprofits, religious organizations, private foundations, entrepreneurs, publishers, authors, artists, and other creatives. David has presented seminars for the Chicago Bar Association, the IRS TE/GE Advisory Council, and numerous other organizations about matters of nonprofit law, social enterprise law, or intellectual property. He is a member of the Exempt Organizations Division of the Federal Tax Committee of the Chicago Bar Association and formerly served as the committee chair. He has served on boards or volunteered for several nonprofits.
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