How to become a tax-exempt nonprofit organization with the IRS? A nonprofit organization is an entity that is established to advance a social cause or further a charitable purpose. The major difference between nonprofit organizations and for-profit entities is that nonprofit organizations retain their profits to advance their causes while for-profit organizations distribute their profits to [...]
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On the evening of Friday, June 23rd AT Law Group held an appreciation dinner at its Parklane Towers office in Dearborn, MI. It was a great success! Thank you to the bintjbeil.org team for capturing the night with these great pictures. Thank you to Byblos Banquet for catering an exquisite dinner, Dearborn Sweets for the delicious [...]
Nonprofits can be organizations that serve the public at-large or more specifically provide benefit exclusively to their members. Thus, state statutory provisions have been tailored by their respective legislators to provide distinct requirements for the different types of nonprofit organizations. As many states have adopted all or at least parts of the 1987 Revised Nonprofit Corporation [...]
Many of my clients are young African American males whom range from the ages of 18-28. Most of these young men do not have high school diplomas and are unemployed. The NAACP reports that almost half the prison population in the U.S. are made up of African Americans. A staggering 1 million of the total 2.3 [...]
Is there an advantage to being a nonprofit organization? Nonprofit organizations definitely enjoy certain benefits that are distinct from for-profit entities, that could be inviting to those interested and qualified to become nonprofit. As an overview of nonprofits and their status within law and taxation, you’ll see that most nonprofits have the advantage of being exempt [...]
Alternative Dispute Resolution: Practical Guide When facing a legal dispute, do you really have to go to court? Not if one pursues an alternative dispute resolution. Believe it or not, courts actually prefer when parties to a conflict or dispute use alternative methods to the traditional route of pursuing legal claims through the court system. The [...]
Many of our clients travel to and from the United States. Customs and Border Patrol seized the individual property of one of our clients who was carrying over $10k in funds on their person during their travel from the United States. Our legal team quickly responded to the situation and was able to recover the full [...]
What does the Supreme Court’s Decision on DAPA mean for Michigan Residents? In November 2014, President Barack Obama announced his administration’s plan for Deferred Action for Parents of Americans (DAPA), a program that would defer the deportation of an estimated five million qualifying illegal aliens in the United States. Under the plan, illegal aliens would have [...]
After two years of diligent work and negotiations, the Department of Labor recently announced its final rule to adjust overtime rules. Championed by President Obama, the revised rules are projected to impact four million Americans. The significant changes are intended to provide a “meaningful boost to many workers’ wallets, and will go a long way toward [...]
Brexit happened. So what now? What are some of the legal implications for American companies doing business in the UK, and the rest of Europe for that matter? Though it’s difficult to ascertain exactly now, some of the issues come down to what type of provisions were provided for in the agreements between American companies and [...]