Maine Nonprofit Law E-Bulletin – September 2020

In this Issue: Paid Leave Rules Under Maine’s New Law… …And Paid Leave Under Temporary Federal Covid Law New IRS Form 1099-NEC E-Bulletin Information

Maine Nonprofit Law E-Bulletin – May 2020

In this Issue: Nonprofit Meetings in the Pandemic Era Other Nonprofit Tidbits From Congress E-Bulletin Information

Maine Nonprofit Law E-Bulletin – May 2019

In this Issue: Paid Leaving Coming for (Most) Maine Nonprofits Electronic Voting Bill New Tax on Transportation Benefits E-Bulletin Information

Maine Nonprofit Law E-Bulletin – October 2017

In this Issue: Is It Time for Your Nonprofit to Implement a Distracted Driving Policy? (Hint: Yes) When Is a Nonprofit Volunteer Really an Employee? Legislative Clarification to Unemployment Compensation Law E-Bulletin Information Is It Time For Your Nonprofit to Implement a Distracted Driving Policy? (Hint: Yes) Distracted driving has been in the news inContinue reading “Maine Nonprofit Law E-Bulletin – October 2017”

Maine Nonprofit Law E-Bulletin – June 2017

In this Issue: When Is a Nonprofit Volunteer Really an Employee? Pending Maine Supreme Court Case To Address the Issue Recent Maine Supreme Court Opinion Sheds Light on Nonprofit Bylaws Indemnification E-Bulletin Information

Maine Nonprofit Law E-Bulletin – October 2015

In this Issue: Maine Nonprofit Organizations and Overtime Rules – Let’s Review Form 990 Filing Extension Deadline Changed Upcoming Event: Charitable Solicitation Webinar E-Bulletin Information

Maine Nonprofit Law E-Bulletin – March 2014

In this Issue: Introduction Good News! – Proposed Bill to Substantially Narrow Maine Charitable Solicitations Act Fate of Bill to Overturn Limit on Maine Charitable Deduction Still Uncertain IRS Proposes Restrictions on Campaign Activities for 501(c)(4) Organizations