Nonprofit Law Overhaul Changes the Landscape for N.Y. Charities

, New York Law Journal

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Coleen Friel Middleton, formerly of counsel, and Mark Thomas, a partner, at Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker, examine the key provisions of the NRA that address governance issues; namely, audit oversight, related-party transactions, conflict of interest policy, whistleblower policy, authorizations of real property transactions and approvals of substantial transactions.

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Originally appeared in print as Nonprofit Law Overhaul Changes the Landscape for New York Charities

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