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PATH Act 501(c)(4) Matters Update #2: Notification Requirement Clarified; Temporary Regulations and Notification Form Issued

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As specified in Notice 2016-09 (discussed in our recent blog post on the PATH Act), the IRS has issued temporary regulations describing new notification procedures and a notification form for certain (current and prospective) Section 501(c)(4) organizations.

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Governor Cuomo Unveils Plan for Paid Family Leave and Higher Minimum Wage in NY

In this article, our employment attorneys discuss New York’s new paid family leave law and statewide increases to minimum wage laws.

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Firm Attorneys Speak at UT Austin 2016 Nonprofit Organizations Institute

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On Thursday, January 14, Patterson Belknap Partner, Craig Newman, and Counsel, Megan Bell, spoke at The University of Texas School of Law’s 33rd Annual Nonprofit Organizations Institute. Partner, Robin Krause was a moderator, and Partner, Tomer Inbar served as co-chair of the conference planning committee.

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New York Non-Profit Revitalization Act Reforms Governance Rules for Nonprofits

The Tax-Exempt Organizations Group examines the New York Non-Profit Revitalization Act of 2013. Most provisions took effect on July 1, 2014. Amendments took effect on December 11, 2015 and are reflected in this summary.

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PATH Act 501(c)(4) Matters Update #2: Notification Requirement Clarified; Temporary Regulations and Notification Form Issued

July 14, 2016

As specified in Notice 2016-09 (discussed in our recent blog post on the PATH Act), the IRS has issued temporary regulations describing new notification procedures and a notification form for certain (current and prospective) Section 501(c)(4) organizations.

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Firm Attorneys Speak at UT Austin 2016 Nonprofit Organizations Institute

January 2016

On Thursday, January 14, Patterson Belknap Partner, Craig Newman, and Counsel, Megan Bell, spoke at The University of Texas School of Law’s 33rd Annual Nonprofit Organizations Institute. Partner, Robin Krause was a moderator, and Partner, Tomer Inbar served as co-chair of the conference planning committee.

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