Capacity Building and Spring Cleaning for Non Profit Organizations
(Black PR Wire) Join WSHC+B's Marlon A. Hill as he discusses the importance of "spring cleaning" and legal audits for non-profit organizations, with Patrick Morris, Director of Civic & Philanthropic Partnerships for the office of Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava.
Aligned with Marlon's recent newsletter, WSHC+B Insights, the conversation will provide helpful tips for non-profits as they conduct a step-by-step inspection of their legal affairs to avoid any hidden legal issues and reduce risk exposure, while establishing or enhancing connections to any available government resources.
"Spring cleaning affords the leadership of your business or organization to evaluate its corporate governance, contracts with third parties, intellectual property, methods of marketing and communication, pending and future litigation, insurance coverage, human resources practices, employment agreements, government compliance, and future succession planning. More importantly, it will expose any potential areas of liability or opportunities for improvement in strategic efficiencies before challenges unnecessarily arise."
Marlon A. Hill, Of Counsel
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Marlon A. Hill represents local governments, businesses and entrepreneurs in business transactions, intellectual property and government matters concentrated in the hospitality, tourism, arts and entertainment and technology sectors. He works with growth-oriented businesses in South Florida and the Caribbean, helping them navigate the structuring, launch, and growth of their ventures and advocating for them before state and local government entities. For international entrepreneurs, Hill also manages the filing of business immigration visa petitions for investor entrepreneurs, specialty occupation professionals, intra-company transferees, and entertainers, artists and media talent.