Long-term relationships with not-for-profit clients have given us a special appreciation of the unique character of these institutions. Our understanding of these organizations’ governance and structure, the importance of donor support, the roles of faculties, students and alumni in academic institutions and the effect of governmental and media attention enable us to provide advice and representation that is responsive to client needs.
We advise our not-for-profit clients on a wide range of subjects, including:
First Amendment and other constitutional
We have represented and advised not-for-profit organizations, including the American Bureau of Shipping, Boy Scouts of America, Boys Town, Broadcast Music Inc., the Brooklyn Museum, Columbia University, the National Arts Club, the National League for Nursing, the New York Blood Center, the Perez Art Museum of Miami, the Samuel H. Kress Foundation and the World Monuments Fund, in high-risk and high-profile matters throughout the United States. Hughes Hubbard & Reed has a proven track record of obtaining positive results for its clients in critical cases, whether in trial court or appellate litigation, or in crafting strategies to avoid litigation.
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