Nonprofit Law

Nonprofit organizations, especially those with international activities, are not simply a different “flavored” business entity. But most law firms treat them either as the oddball cousin of a for-profit business or as a sub-specialty within their tax department. Usually, this results in BIG law firms catering their expertise toward universities or hospitals because those institutions are often the only ones with a budget large enough to hire outside counsel.

My practice, takes a holistic approach to serving your legal needs in a cost effective way.  I utilize my past experience, stay current with legislative changes and best practices specific to help your nonprofit take advantage of “BigLaw” perks made affordable to the “Mom & Pop” nonprofits.