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Not-for-Profit Corporations 2017 Edition

This handbook covers the organization, formation, operation, and dissolution of not-for-profit corporations in Illinois. It contains sample bylaws, resolutions, agreements, and other forms that you can adapt and use in your practice.

Modern not-for-profit corporations include sophisticated enterprises, such as universities, hospitals, museums, religious institutions, and social welfare agencies, and are subject to increased scrutiny under federal and state laws and regulations. This handbook helps you assist your not-for-profit clients in navigating the legal framework within which they must operate. It contains discussion and advice from Illinois attorneys on every aspect of the not-for-profit business model, including initial organization and formation, tax considerations, and operation and dissolution of the not-for-profit entity. It includes a brand-new chapter on the Dos and Don’ts of Not-for-Profit Corporations.

Chapter 1 — Organizing an Illinois Not-for-Profit Corporation
Michael P. Mosher, Mosher & Associates, LLC, River Forest, and Sorin A. Leahu, Mauck & Baker, LLC, Chicago

Chapter 2 — Tax Considerations
Elizabeth M. Mills, Proskauer Rose LLP, Chicago

Chapter 3 — Operating Considerations
Jonathan T. Howe, Howe & Hutton, Ltd., Chicago

Chapter 4 — Directors’ and Officers’ Liability
Tempia A. Courts, James H. Pluymert, and Patricia A. Tauchert, Pluymert, MacDonald, Hargrove & Lee, Ltd., Hoffman Estates

Chapter 5 — Employment Issues
David L. Bea and Avery S. Buffa, Law Offices of Bea & VandenBerk, Chicago

Chapter 6 — Merger and Consolidation, Sale of Assets, and Dissolution
David L. Bea, Law Offices of Bea & VandenBerk, Chicago

Chapter 7 — Government Regulation
David L. Bea and Daniel J. Mays, Law Offices of Bea & VandenBerk, Chicago

Chapter 8 —State Property and Sales Tax Exemptions
Elizabeth M. Mills, Proskauer Rose LLP, Chicago

Chapter 9 — Homeowners’ Associations
Joshua A. Weinstein, Kovitz Shifrin Nesbit, Mundelein, and Omar K. Malik, Kovitz Shifrin Nesbit, Chicago

Chapter 10 — The Dos and Don’ts of Not-for-Profit Corporations
Jonathan T. Howe, Howe & Hutton, Ltd., Chicago

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Modern not-for-profit corporations include sophisticated enterprises, such as universities, hospitals, museums, religious institutions, and social welfare agencies, and are subject to increased scrutiny under federal and state laws and regulations. This handbook helps you assist your not-for-profit clients in navigating the legal framework within which they must operate. It contains discussion and advice from Illinois attorneys on every aspect of the not-for-profit business model, including initial organization and formation, tax considerations, and operation and dissolution of the not-for-profit entity. It includes a brand-new chapter on the Dos and Don’ts of Not-for-Profit Corporations.

Chapter 1 — Organizing an Illinois Not-for-Profit Corporation
Michael P. Mosher, Mosher & Associates, LLC, River Forest, and Sorin A. Leahu, Mauck & Baker, LLC, Chicago

Chapter 2 — Tax Considerations
Elizabeth M. Mills, Proskauer Rose LLP, Chicago

Chapter 3 — Operating Considerations
Jonathan T. Howe, Howe & Hutton, Ltd., Chicago

Chapter 4 — Directors’ and Officers’ Liability
Tempia A. Courts, James H. Pluymert, and Patricia A. Tauchert, Pluymert, MacDonald, Hargrove & Lee, Ltd., Hoffman Estates

Chapter 5 — Employment Issues
David L. Bea and Avery S. Buffa, Law Offices of Bea & VandenBerk, Chicago

Chapter 6 — Merger and Consolidation, Sale of Assets, and Dissolution
David L. Bea, Law Offices of Bea & VandenBerk, Chicago

Chapter 7 — Government Regulation
David L. Bea and Daniel J. Mays, Law Offices of Bea & VandenBerk, Chicago

Chapter 8 —State Property and Sales Tax Exemptions
Elizabeth M. Mills, Proskauer Rose LLP, Chicago

Chapter 9 — Homeowners’ Associations
Joshua A. Weinstein, Kovitz Shifrin Nesbit, Mundelein, and Omar K. Malik, Kovitz Shifrin Nesbit, Chicago

Chapter 10 — The Dos and Don’ts of Not-for-Profit Corporations
Jonathan T. Howe, Howe & Hutton, Ltd., Chicago

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