Lessons for Nonprofits: The Internet

June 12, 20072:30pm
Lessons for Nonprofits: The Internet
An Overview of Privacy, Security and Other Legal Issues Facing Charitable Organizations

The emergence of the internet as a technological and communications tool has enhanced the abilities of all organizations to work and communicate more efficiently, store and transmit information quickly, and complete financial transactions. Tax-exempt organizations have shared in the benefits of the internet, but connectedness brings legal challenges. These include the privacy and security concerns common to all organizations. Tax-exempt organizations must also manage special issues, including the regulation of charitable solicitation on the web and IRS exemption concerns. This program will provide an overview of the issues for executives, managers, communications directors, and information technology personnel of tax-exempt organizations.

Registration: 12:30 to 1:00 pm
Lunch and Program: 1:00 to 2:30 pm

Wiggin and Dana
450 Lexington Avenue
Suite 3800
New York, New York

Presented By:
Mark W. Heaphy, Counsel
Internet and E-Commerce Practice Group

David E. Ormstedt, Counsel
Tax-Exempt Organizations Practice Group

RSVP by June 7, 2007 to [email protected]