ShuffieldLowman’s seasoned counsel has garnered vast experience in non-profit law including private foundations, public charities, donor advised funds, educational institutions, hospitals and health care organizations, trade and professional organizations, religious institutions and museums. ShuffieldLowman advises on entity-formation, control and operation, IRS and state standards compliance, tax, government relations, finance, contracts, transactional assistance, real estate, labor, intellectual property and litigation.
Tax-exempt organizations face unique governance, finance, executive compensation, real estate, tax and intellectual property issues. We soundly comprehend the unique importance of them all. The firm’s nonprofit organization practice is based on thorough understanding of the distinctive concerns, legal, tax, environment and business needs of entities in this sector.