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Authored by NLI working group members, each white paper identifies legal topics pertinent to the operations of nonprofits and offers insight on how to approach and think about these topics.  These resources are provided for educational purposes and not as legal advice.

Making a Christ-Centered Health Care Decision

Louis Brown, Executive Director, Christ Medicus Foundation; Chairman of the Healthcare Working Group for Napa Legal Institute

“Why a Religious Corporation?"

John C. Peiffer II, President and General Counsel of NLI

"Introduction to Private Inurement and Private Benefit for Religious Nonprofit Leaders"

Bonnie M. Wyllie, Lukinovich APLC

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Our titles include:Responding to an Excess Benefit Transaction
Best Practices with Respect to Excess Benefit Transaction
Excess Benefit Transactions: The Incentive for Compliance
Introduction to Volunteer Risk Management

Part II
Excess Benefit Transactions:
The Incentive for Compliance

Bonnie M. Wyllie, Lukinovich APLC

Part III
Best Practices with Respect
to Excess Benefit Transactions

Bonnie M. Wyllie, Lukinovich APLC

Part IV
Responding to an
Excess Benefit Transaction

Bonnie M. Wyllie, Lukinovich APLC

Introduction to Volunteer
Risk Management

Daniel J. Romanski,
Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. and Michael P. Broadhurst,
Weir& Partners LLP

Charitable Giving

Bonnie M. Wyllie, Lukinovich APLC

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