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Membership disputes, director concerns, proper meeting notification and voting procedure questions are just a few issues that may lead to a review of nonprofit bylaws. Should a problem arise, are your client's bylaws up-to-date? Do they address the organizations current practices? This strategic guide will tackle some of the most common pitfalls attorneys make and how to avoid them. Order today!
Session time: 11:00 am - 12:30 pm Eastern
Presenters: Lawton C. Leung and Paul M. Roy
This program may qualify for up to 1.50 hours of Washington continuing legal education (Self Study) A/V credit, which includes 1.50 hours of Law and Legal Procedure and 0.0 hour of ethics.
LAWTON C. LEUNG is an associate attorney with Withers Bergman LLP, in the private client and tax team. Mr. Leung's practice focuses on domestic and international tax, trust, and estate planning for high net worth individuals and their families. He regularly advises donors with respect to planned giving structures and counsels public charities, private foundations, and other tax-exempt organizations on formation, tax, and regulatory matters. Mr. Leung is admitted to practice law in New York and Connecticut. He earned his LL.M. degree in taxation from New York University School of Law, his J.D. degree from Boston College Law School, and his A.B. degree from Dartmouth College.
PAUL M. ROY is an attorney with Withers Bergman LLP. Mr. Roy leads the firm's philanthropic and charitable organizations practice on the East Coast. He has been with Withers Bergman LLP, and its predecessor for nearly 34 years. His practice focuses on domestic and international estate planning, advising private foundations and other non-profit organizations on tax matters, as well as counseling wealthy individuals with respect to planned giving and tax-exempt organizations. Mr. Roy has written numerous articles on domestic and international estate planning and is a frequent speaker on legal matters that are relevant to artists, dealers, museums and other charities. He earned his law degree from Georgetown University and received his bachelor's degree from the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business.