What Would You Do? An Interactive Workshop on Critical Nonprofit Legal Issues

Date and Time: May 04th, 2017 - 09:30 am to 11:00 am Location: The Philadelphia Foundation - SEPTA Building, Suite 1800, 1234 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103

Registration for this course is closed. Please contact us on 215-991-3676 to inquire about any remaining spaces or to be placed on a waiting list.

While WWYD is an acronym that’s made it into our daily language, you’ve probably never thought to apply it to legal issues in your nonprofit – but nonprofits routinely face complicated challenges. This entertaining, interactive workshop will test your knowledge of some of the most important legal and tax issues facing nonprofits today.

Laura Solomon, Esq., founder of Laura Solomon, Esq. & Associates, works exclusively with nonprofit organizations and will use actual case studies from her practice to share valuable insights and information on topics such as:

  1. disclosing and reporting embezzlement and other misuses of charitable funds;
  2. thorny issues involving charitable solicitations;
  3. problems with naming rights;
  4. challenges in honoring donor intent when investing, managing, and using restricted funds;
  5. unique considerations in nonprofit affiliations, mergers, and acquisitions;
  6. cautionary tales involving conflicts of interest;
  7. choices and tax implications (unrelated business income tax) of social enterprises.

Join us for this useful game of WWYD that could prevent you from hearing IJNE*

*Ignorance of the Law is no excuse (ignorantia juris non excusat)

Audience: Staff and board concerned with legal protections of your organization.

Event Location

Date: May 04th, 2017

Location: The Philadelphia Foundation

Address: SEPTA Building Suite 1800, 1234 Market Street

Philadelphia, PA 19103

Member $20
Non-Member $25


  • Laura Solomon, Esq.

    Laura Solomon, Esq. has dedicated her career to advising charitable organizations, their management, and boards of directors. She understands the challenges facing charities and is uniquely qualified to help them maximize their missions and minimize their tax liability. Her practice is concentrated in the representation of exempt organizations, to make the highest quality corporate and tax legal services accessible to any nonprofit organization. Prior to starting her practice, Laura was associated with the law firm of Ballard Spahr Andrews and Ingersoll in Philadelphia. She has served as a volunteer nonprofit board member, as the development director of a major social