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Representing the LCA Client: Nonprofit Law for Small Arts Organizations (Presented by Lawyers for the Creative Arts)

Gain a working knowledge of specialized area of arts law required to represent the LCA Client and to provide information and analysis of the common concepts and issues involved in representing small arts-related nonprofit organizations.
Credits: 0.75 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 0 Other PR
SKU: H1116-19E2X
$60.00
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Expires: 1/1/26

Representing the LCA Client: Nonprofit Law For Small Arts Organizations is designed to help LCA volunteers gain a working knowledge of specialized area of arts law required to represent the LCA Client and to provide information and analysis of the common concepts and issues involved in representing small arts-related nonprofit organizations.

We thank presenter Rick Sevcik, Chicago Office Managing Partner and Co-Chair of the Tax Exempt Organizations practice at the international law firm Perkins Coie, for his essential contributions to this program.

Expires: 1/1/26

Representing the LCA Client: Nonprofit Law For Small Arts Organizations is designed to help LCA volunteers gain a working knowledge of specialized area of arts law required to represent the LCA Client and to provide information and analysis of the common concepts and issues involved in representing small arts-related nonprofit organizations.

We thank presenter Rick Sevcik, Chicago Office Managing Partner and Co-Chair of the Tax Exempt Organizations practice at the international law firm Perkins Coie, for his essential contributions to this program.

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Program Date12/1/2019
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Program Date12/1/2019
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