More Highlights from the 2022 Georgetown EO Conference

This is the third and last post we’ll publish on Georgetown Law’s¬†39th Annual Representing and Managing Tax-Exempt Organizations Conference featuring highlights from a number of sessions (mixed in some cases with my own thoughts). You can find our earlier posts here (IRS, Treasury, Capitol Hill) and here (Current Developments). State AG Offices: Updates & The […]

10 +1 Key Current Developments: 2022 Georgetown EO Conference

Georgetown Law held its 39th Annual Representing and Managing Tax-Exempt Organizations Conference in-person and by livestream. Here are some of the highlights from the session on Key Current Developments presented by Jean Tom (Davis Wright Tremaine) and Ofer Lion (Seyfarth) with some of my notes and comments interspersed. Annual Bruce R. Hopkins Memorial Session: 2022 […]

2021 Georgetown EO Conference: Hopkins’ Update on Key Current Developments

Georgetown Law held its 38th Annual Representing and Managing Tax-Exempt Organizations conference (virtual edition) last week. Among the sessions at the conference was a perennial favorite: Update on Key Current Developments presented by exempt organizations attorney Bruce Hopkins. Below are some of the many highlights from his presentation: IRS TE/GE FY 2021 Program Letter IRS […]

Some Highlights from 2018 Georgetown Conference

Erin and I just returned from Georgetown Law School’s Nonprofit Governance and¬†Representing and Managing Tax-Exempt Organizations¬†conferences. We had a great time learning and meeting with some of the brightest and most respected professionals across the country, including several friends. I also had the honor of speaking on a panel discussing strategic advocacy using 501(c)(3) and […]