Managing Restricted Funds (Nixon Peabody Nonprofit Board Seminar Series)
Partner Mike Cooney and his colleague, Anita Pelletier, counsel to nonprofit and charitable boards across the U.S. and abroad, will share their perspectives on the legal and governance environment for board members in several informative and entertaining hour-long sessions:
- September 14: Managing Restricted Funds
Assuring compliance with donor covenants
1.0 CPE Credit; Category: Accounting
- October 19: Handling Internal Investigations
How the board balances the relevant interests and protects the organization
1.0 CPE Credit; Category: Auditing
Whether you work for a nonprofit organization or serve on a nonprofit board, these sessions will present an opportunity for effective board training.
All sessions will be held at Nixon Peabody’s newly renovated space at Clinton Square. A light breakfast will be served.
Gratis for clients of the firm, and those boards on which they serve. $40 for any organization; $10 for any individual.
Click here to register for the September 14 seminar online.
For more information, please contact Mark Shea at 585-263-1141 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nixon Peabody LLP is an accredited provider of continuing professional education with the New York State Board of Public Accountancy. Per New York State rules, each course is approved for 1.0 CPE credits in New York only (program not preapproved for CPE credits by NASBA). Attendees are responsible for self-reporting their CPE credits. Certificates of completion will be issued with in 30-days of the course.
Nixon Peabody LLP is an accredited provider of continuing legal education in New York, California, New Hampshire and Rhode Island. Per New York State rules, each course is approved for 1.0 general credit hours and is approved for experienced attorneys only. For other jurisdictions where reciprocity does not apply, Nixon Peabody will apply for approval from the state CLE boards upon request. Please note that the CLE Boards have the final authority on the acceptance and granting of CLE credit for individual courses. Attendees are responsible for self-reporting their CLE credits. Certificates of completion will be issued with in 30-days of the course.