Nonprofits are being forced to be entrepreneurial to meet the intricate legal challenges and opportunities presented today. To do more with less, while still meeting the growing reliance communities—both local and internationally—have on them.
We have partnered with more than 250 tax-exempt organizations—both in the U.S. and abroad—and provide pragmatic, creative solutions to help nonprofits achieve the strategic missions of the future.
From highly specialized issues to day-to-day concerns, we bring knowledge, understanding and sensitivity to all matters.
We understand the business needs of nonprofits today and the demands of the future.
Foundations—international, community and corporate giving programs
Charitable organizations—from small, neighborhood organizations to large, national organizations
Colleges and universities—from large public research universities to small private colleges
Hospitals and health care systems—from major university hospitals to large health care systems
Religious institutions—Catholic Dioceses, religious congregations, Jewish community centers, local synagogues and churches
Trade associations—from a major national association to a Washington-based association that has numerous local chapters
Museums and cultural organizations—from one of the most well-known museums in the country, to small cultural organizations within our communities
Professional schools—from large law schools and technical engineering schools to design and business schools
The Nonprofit Revitalization Act just became law in New York State. The Act affects nonprofit organizations incorporated or doing business in New York State, including both charitable and non-charitable entities. Leaders of these organizations have important decisions to make about the opportunities—and burdens—imposed by the new law. If you would like to contact a member of our Nonprofit Revitalization team, send us a note at: NPRevitalization@nixonpeabody.com. We are ready to share the steps needed to make sure your organization is compliant with the requirements of the Act.
Nonprofit & Government Times | June 29, 2018
Washington DC corporate partner Michael Cooney wrote this contributed article on donor-advised funds, a type of low-paperwork charitable trust, and how their use will change in light of new guidance and proposed regulations.
Crain’s Detroit Business | March 24, 2018
Nixon Peabody’s Washington DC office is mentioned in this article as one of the firms contracted to secure funds for the continuing operation of RecoveryPark, a Detroit business that provides local produce through urban farming and creates job opportunities for people with barriers to employment.
Hearst Television | December 31, 2017
Washington DC M&A and corporate transactions partner Ken Silverberg is interviewed in this news segment about how the new tax plan may affect charitable giving.
Rochester Business Journal | December 14, 2017
Rochester private equity and investment funds partner Jeremy Wolk, M&A and corporate transactions counsel Anita Pelletier and Washington DC M&A and corporate transactions partner Mike Cooney authored this column about the impact of U.S. tax reform on nonprofits.
Trustee | June 29, 2017
Chicago public finance partner Thomas Fahey authored this column about how nonprofit community hospital board members should consider duty of care and duty of loyalty to guide decisions regarding joining larger health systems.
The Art Newspaper | May 10, 2017
This article discusses the most pressing legal questions facing museums. Washington DC M&A and corporate transaction partner Mike Cooney is quoted on the possible legislation by Congress to limit income tax deductions for charitable donations.
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