Schnader’s Nonprofit Organizations Group Recognized in The Legal 500On June 8, 2015 by Schnader in News
Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP is pleased to announce that its Nonprofit Organizations Group has been ranked in The Legal 500 United States 2015 in the Not-for-profit (nonprofit and tax exempt organizations) category.
The publication spotlighted practice group co-chairs Marla Conley and Cynthia Fischer, along with Ralph Wellington, Christine Carty, Joseph Lundy and Noel Fleming.
The Legal 500 noted the firm’s work for the Barnes Foundation and the group’s diverse national cross-practice capabilities, including complex corporate structuring and advising on charitable trusts, intellectual property, fine arts, appellate, finance and healthcare matters.
The Legal 500 is based on extensive research, including client and attorney interviews, providing comprehensive worldwide coverage on legal service providers in more than 100 countries. The publication is used by commercial and private clients, corporate counsel, CEOs and professional advisers, as well as by other referrers of work both nationally and internationally.
About the Nonprofit Organizations Group
Attorneys from practice groups across our seven offices work together to service private foundations, public charities and other tax-exempt entities in their interactions with members, donors, investors and the government and the public at large. We advise nonprofit organizations, officers, directors, partners, funders and other supporters on both high-stakes and day-to-day matters.
Schnader represents nonprofits in all phases of their founding and development, providing general counsel services including ongoing compliance and governance matters. Recent work includes many nonprofit restructures, such as mergers, affiliations, restructures, divisions, LLC and corporate formations, partnerships, joint ventures and dissolutions. We also frequently assist with fundraising law, including negotiating donation agreements and corporate sponsorships, advising on endowments and grantmaking, and removing donor imposed restrictions through Attorney General or Court approval.