June 21, 2018

Can a Nonprofit Be Sued for Discrimination?

Discrimination law draws no distinction between nonprofit and for-profit organizations. Both types bear responsibility for complying with all federal, state, and local anti-discrimination laws. A nonprofit […]
June 14, 2018

If Someone Is Asked to Do Something outside Their Scope of Volunteer Work and They Are Injured, Can They Sue the Nonprofit?

Volunteering for nonprofits is a common way that millions of people give back to their communities and help the less fortunate. People spend between a few […]
June 7, 2018

If One Volunteer Sexually Assaults Another Volunteer, Can the Nonprofit Be Sued?

Sexual harassment cases and accusations frequent the news almost every day. Approximately half of the women report being harassed sexually in their workplace. These days, no […]
June 1, 2018

Are Directors or Founders Personally Liable for Negligence in a Nonprofit?

A lawsuit is something nobody wishes to face. For nonprofits, the legal landscape for personal liability is even more complex than for most businesses. Members of […]