While it may at first glance seem that a non-profit organization’s philanthropic nature would set it apart from profit-driven business models, the legal reality of running a non-profit is actually often similar to that of a for-profit business. This is especially true regarding employer-employee relations, and the employer’s obligations to the employee under federal, state, and local employment laws and ordinances. It is very rare indeed that employment-related, legal requirements are different for non-profit employers than that of companies.
Blog Archive: August 2018
Posted on Mon, 2018-08-13 15:34 by Brian J. Markovitz in
Posted on Thu, 2018-08-02 14:17 by JGL Associate Attorney in Family Law
If you want to get “hitched” in the District of Columbia, you don’t have to obtain a marriage license or exchange vows during a religious or civil ceremony in order to do so!