There are two qualities that help Sherin and Lodgen match up well with nonprofits:

  • Our attorneys are nonprofit board members. There’s no substitute for the practical, in-the-trenches experience of serving on a board. Nearly all of our partners and a significant portion of our associates are or have been nonprofit board members or officers.
  • We take an interdisciplinary approach. Nonprofits defy pigeonholing. Our nonprofit clients depend on Sherin and Lodgen’s corporate, real estate, litigation and employment attorneys to deal with the complex, interrelated regulatory and tax frameworks in which nonprofits operate.

First-hand experience and a breadth of legal support matter to nonprofits because nonprofits are different from other corporate clients. Clients in the nonprofit industry face ever-increasing regulatory and tax scrutiny in their operations–from executive compensation issues to related-party transactions.

Clients rely on our nonprofit attorneys counsel for a variety of matters including:

  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Issues related to obtaining and maintaining tax exempt status
  • Fundraising issues
  • Fiduciary duties
  • Advice on education and health laws
  • Employment matters for companies and nonprofit executives

Leading businesses and individuals also seek our advice in establishing and dealing with nonprofit entities.

Our nonprofit clients include:

  • Social service agencies
  • Educational institutions
  • Museums and institutions
  • Health care providers
  • Religious and scientific associations
  • Cemeteries
  • Foundations

Main Street Lending Program – Major Changes and Proposed Program for Nonprofit Borrowers

By Joseph Y. Wang on June 17, 2020
On Monday, June 15, 2020, the Federal Reserve opened the Main Street Lending Program (the “MSLP”), which is designed to...