Nonprofits and charitable organizations trust Antonoplos & Associates team of attorneys with their important legal matters. Antonoplos & Associates nonprofit attorneys have a proven track record representing nonprofit organizations, 501(c)(3) charitable organizations, churches and religious organizations, charities, foundations, political organizations, and private foundations, and other nonprofit organizations. Antonoplos & Associates, nonprofit attorneys have the skills and experience to help these entities successfully grow and succeed in an increasingly dynamic marketplace. Our nonprofit attorneys have the breadth and depth of expertise necessary to counsel nonprofit leaders on the many decisions founders and managers must make, with the personal touch that only a boutique law firm can offer.
Our nonprofit attorneys have the experience and judgment to assist 501(c)(3) entities with a wide range of issues. From guidance with establishing a 501c(3) nonprofit entity, to contract and tax matters, our team of nonprofit attorneys are familiar with the 501(c)(3) exemption requirements and the process of establishing charitable organizations in the District of Columbia. In addition, our nonprofit attorneys have the breadth of experience to counsel executives of 501(c)(3) nonprofit and charitable organizations regarding the difficult legal questions that they face, such as employment matters, preparation of contracts, real estate matters, and tax law.
Finally, our attorneys have a proven track record of success representing nonprofit organizations in general commercial litigation and dispute resolution.
We assist nonprofit organizations with the following:
- Formation, Organization, Registration, and Qualification
- Litigation & Dispute Resolution
- Contract Negotiations and Vendor Agreement
- Real Estate Acquisitions and Leasing
- Protection of Intellectual Property
- Employee Relations, Manuals, and Employment Litigation
We represent organizations in cases involving:
- Contract Enforcement
- Breach of Contract Claims
- Fraud, Misrepresentation, & Suits for Accounting
- Breach of Fiduciary Duty Claims
- Real Estate Litigation
- Employment Litigation
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