On-Demand Video

Joint Ventures with For-Profits (2022 Nonprofit Institute Session)

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  • Start Date:2022-05-17 20:00:00
  • End Date:2024-05-17 20:00:00
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  • Level:Intermediate
  • Topics:Nonprofits

$79.00 ["ProPass"]

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Take a deeper dive on the possibilities and the related compliance issues for collaborations between nonprofits and for-profit entities. Learn about what the nonprofit sector is seeing and what lawyers need to know to help engage in meaningful planning conversations to drive tax-compliant deals.

Recorded at the Nonprofit Law Institute in May 2022.


Sara Geelan Esq.

Ms. Geelan is General Counsel and Assistant Secretary of the Barnes Foundation, where her practice concentrates on nonprofit corporate governance, matters related to the foundation’s art collection, exhibitions, publications, charitable giving matters, and intellectual property. Prior to joining the Barnes Foundation, she was Senior Counsel at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, and Associate General Counsel at The Art Institute of Chicago. Before the museums, Ms. Geelan practiced law in the Individual Client Services department of Schulte, Roth & Zabel LLP, in New York. Ms. Geelan is a graduate of Columbia Law School and Johns Hopkins University.

Andrea Gosfield Esq.

Ms. Gosfield focuses
on corporate law, commercial real estate, public finance, employment law, and
regulatory compliance in PA, NJ, and NY. Her clients are in the
sectors of real estate development, manufacturing, construction and project
management, accounting, health care, hospitality, media and communications,
telecommunications, education, and government. She counsels
individuals, private companies, and non-profit organizations. As a business
attorney who has worked in-house for the federal government, Ms. Gosfield
provides clients with invaluable knowledge and perspective. As a
former attorney for the United States government, she enforced federal labor
laws on behalf of United States Department of Labor, Office of the
Solicitor. As Assistant Regional Counsel for the Social Security
Administration, she managed regulatory compliance and litigation matters in
the areas of privacy, civil rights, employment, disability, and
bankruptcy. She prevailed on behalf of the federal government in
appellate litigation in the Fourth and Sixth Circuits. As a
full-time personnel adviser, Ms. Gosfield counseled federal agency executives
and managers on proposed disciplinary actions and reasonable accommodation
requests, as well as Freedom of Information Act issues. She also
successfully defended the federal government in several Title VII
discrimination cases. Prior to working for the federal government, Ms.
Gosfield served for two years as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Chief
Judge Petrese B. Tucker of the United States District Court for the Eastern
District of Pennsylvania. She began her legal career as a Corporate Associate
at Blank Rome LLP, an Am Law 100 firm with headquarters in Philadelphia.
There, she performed complex transactional and regulatory work, which
included servicing a private company in a multi-state healthcare acquisition
and counseling corporate boards of directors on fiduciary duties. Before she
became an attorney, Ms. Gosfield worked as a business technology consultant
for consumer product companies, universities, and financial institutions in
New York and California. She has also worked as a professional
artist, dancer, and choreographer.

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