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Like all nonprofits, religious organizations must operate inside the framework of specific rules and regulations. If you currently work with religious organizations, or you want to expand your practice into this area of law, then helping your clients fit their unique spiritual requirements into the legal and tax rules for nonprofits will be a large part of what you do. Let our experienced faculty teach you how to tackle the top challenges, including formation issues, church disputes, and handling situations where controversial religious practices conflict with the law. Order today!
Session Time: 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM Eastern
Presenter: Jennifer L. Urban
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JENNIFER L. URBAN is the founder of Legal for Good PLLC and devotes herself to representing charitable and nonprofit organizations throughout Minnesota and Ohio. Ms. Urban routinely assists charitable organizations and individual donors with a variety of matters, including: crisis management; fiscal sponsorship; nonprofit formation; 501(c) tax exemption; merger, consolidation, and dissolution; nonprofit consulting, training, and best practices; grant compliance and financial management; property tax exemption; sales tax exemption; nonprofit-related litigation; charitable solicitation and professional fundraising; government compliance and regulatory issues; and document review and creation. She is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, as well as The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law. After graduation, Ms. Urban served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Peggy L. Bryant, Tenth District Court of Appeals for the State of Ohio. Before transitioning to private practice, she served four years as an assistant attorney general at the Office of the Ohio Attorney General in the Charitable Law Division. She enjoys speaking at legal education seminars, directing the nonprofit law clinic at the University of St. Thomas School of Law, and being a member of numerous prominent local legal organizations.