Tag Archives: nonprofits

Just winning points may not win the game.

Whether nonprofit or for-profit, clients want to get the deal negotiated and then buckle down to work with the other side.  Beating them out —or beating them up—makes such a result unlikely. 

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intellectual property for nonprofits

Four Reasons Nonprofits Should Be Especially Careful About Intellectual Property

Intellectual property is relevant to all of us. The website you launch, the software you develop, the logo you design, and the photos you download all involve IP. When using them or permitting them to be used by others, the stakes may be higher than you think.

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Online fundraising

Online Fundraising

Online fundraising is vital for nonprofits seeking to broaden their donor base. But while the technology grows ever more sophisticated, the legal requirements can be difficult to navigate.

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