In Dulles/Herndon, VA our guest speaker will be Robert J. Weil
Session: Anticipating Potential Legal Liability Exposures to Your Organization – Measures you can undertake to reduce those risks!
In this session Mr. Weil will focus on key liability exposures that may confront tax-exempt organizations and their management and the steps that can be taken to anticipate and prevent costly losses. Among the specific topics he will address are the organization’s legally operative documents, like its articles and bylaws, contract drafting and negotiation, antitrust compliance, creating and administering certification and accreditation programs, critical insurance coverages, employment practices and procedures, the continuing duties and responsibilities of the officers and directors who serve tax-exempt organizations, raffles and games of chance and charitable solicitations.
Robert J. Weil
Member and Manager – Law Offices of Robert J. Weil, PLLC
11325 Random Hills Road, Suite 360
Fairfax, VA 22030
(703) 225 3477 (O)
(703) 399 5671 (C)
In practice for 34 years, Mr. Weil has spent the past 22 years representing tax-exempt organizations and small businesses in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. Before that, he was a professional liability insurance defense attorney in Connecticut and New York, defending architects, engineers and insurance professionals on errors and omissions claims. He is admitted to practice in Virginia, the District of Columbia, and Maryland.
Mr. Weil’s practice is focused on addressing the day-to-day general legal and business needs of tax-exempt organizations and small businesses. His current clients include trade associations, professional societies, and charitable organizations and foundations of every size, budget and tax-exempt purpose. He also works closely with a number of association management companies providing legal counsel to their exempt organization clients. He regularly counsels his exempt organization clients on matters relating to non-profit organization formation and governance, employment practices and procedures, executive, consulting and vendor contracts, commercial leases, intellectual property, certification and accreditation programs, insurance and loss control, antitrust compliance, exempt organization tax issues, and the continuing duties and responsibilities of corporate officers and directors.