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Charles Fayerweather is Editor of the new edition of “Massachusetts Nonprofit Organizations”

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Charles Fayerweather

1/24/2017

“Massachusetts Nonprofit Organizations” offers practical insights on the numerous legal and operational issues affecting nonprofits today. Features include an overview of federal and state compliance issues ranging from formation, registration and organizational considerations to operational, tax and financial reporting strategies. Lawyers who advise nonprofits on organization, operations, board liability, political activity, tax exemptions, and accounting issues find this book indispensable to their practices.

Charles Fayerweather, partner, Hemenway & Barnes, is editor of this updated edition. Charles also wrote the chapter on Unrelated Business Income. Other attorneys from Hemenway & Barnes who contributed to this book include: Arthur Page, partner, and Charles Platt, partner, who wrote the chapter on Choice of Entity and Incorporation. Fred Marx, of counsel, wrote the chapter on Limiting Liability and Risk of Directors and Officers. Nancy Gardiner, partner, wrote the chapter on Board Function and Composition – Practical Considerations.

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