Understanding Your Legal Obligations as a Nonprofit Board Member
Presented by David Watson, esq. Sr. VP, Legal Accountability & Compliance
Understanding Your Legal Obligations as a Nonprofit Board Member provides a fundamental and practical understanding of the laws that govern their actions as board members and suggests best practices for managing risk.
Practicing proactive risk management
The importance of a strong set of bylaws and the certificate of incorporation
Securing insurance and legal counsel
Advocacy and lobbying: What you can and cannot do
To be covered:
Date: Thursday, February 21st, 2008
Time: 9:30am to 12:30pm
Location: Onondaga Public Library
447 S. Salina St.
Syracuse, NY 13202
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*Please enter through the library's main entrance on the second level of The Galleries (then take the center or left elevator to Level A) or through the auditorium's South Salina Street entrance (across from the Post Office Downtown Station, near The Galleries parking garage entrance and next to the bookdrop).
To Register: Click the blue "register" button below to sign up for this workshop.
You will recieve an email confirmation including a link to a pre-workshop survey that must be completed before you attend your session.
Questions? Please contact us at (800) 515-5012 ext. 126.
Please note: This session is a part of the State Board Training Consortium's Achieving Excellence in Governance Series. The session is only open to qualified nonprofit organizations. Please click here to verify your qualifications.
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