This two-hour seminar is designed
to provide non profits with the information they need to proceed with the legal
process of incorporation. Topics covered include the benefits of being a non
profit (versus a for-profit business), incorporating and structuring the
nonprofit, state and federal reporting and regulation, fiscal agency, and
completing the Form 1023 for federal tax-exemption. Time is set aside for
This workshop is sponsored by Goodwin Procter LLP, the
Arts & Business Council of Greater Boston, and Lawyer’s
The Clearinghouse offers free legal services to nonprofit
organizations or those seeking nonprofit status to further their goals.
The Arts & Business Council’s
Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts program offers pro bono or reduced-fee legal
services to artists and arts organizations, as well as non-profit incorporation
services and fiscal agency.
Taught by James F. Grace, Esq.,
of Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts/The Arts & Business