Out-Of-State Nonprofits To Test Power Of NY Charities Law
By Pete Brush
Law360, New York (January 30, 2014, 6:52 PM EST) -- Strict safeguards in New York's revamped charity laws against fraudulent self-dealing, undue insider influence and retaliation against whistleblowers may not sit well with out-of-state nonprofits, experts said Thursday, predicting lawsuits that will hash out how much sway the state has over foreign-incorporated groups.
At a panel discussion at Zuckerman Spaeder LLP on Thursday, firm partner Jason R. Lilien guided an overflow crowd of nonprofit pros though the rigors of a 2013 law that he helped pass while recently in public service. Most of its provisions come...