Health Law

Revising the 2013 Reforms to the Not-For-Profit Corporation Law

, New York Law Journal


In his Health Law column, Francis J. Serbaroli of Greenberg Traurig summarizes recently enacted revisions to the Nonprofit Revitalization Act of 2013. He notes that most not-for-profit organizations not only will have to revise their corporate documents, policies and procedures to comply with this new law's requirements, but also will have to educate their governing boards, management and employees.

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