As you may know, the Nonprofit Revitalization Act (NPRA) goes into effect today, July 1, 2014.  The NPRA is the first significant change to the New York Not-for-Profit  Corporation Law in decades and has profound implications for you and your nonprofit partners.  While the NPRA reduces several burdens, it also it creates additional requirements for not-for-profit corporations.

Specifically, the NPRA reduces burdens in several ways, including, but not limited to:

The NPRA also adds requirements, including, but not limited to, establishing requirements for:

The NPRA also gives the New York State Attorney General new powers of enforcement.

As of today, all  nonprofits should be making good faith efforts to comply with NPRA, eitherby undertaking a  review of their directors, bylaws, policies, and procedures themselves or by retaining counsel to assist them in such a review.  A link to the NPRA is available at:

Goldstein Hall is currently working with many of its clients to bring them into compliance with the NPRA and would be happy to assist you and your nonprofit partners.  If you have any questions regarding the NPRA, please contact Jason Labate at [email protected]

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