Nonprofit, Education and Public Employment Law
Foundations, private schools, colleges and charities can encounter certain unique employment law issues. Briggs and Morgan’s Employment, Benefits and Labor attorneys work regularly with our nonprofit clients in addressing the complexities of nonprofit employment law in areas which include:
- federal tax executive compensation rules
- severance payments and deferred compensation plans
- high-profile publicity matters
- statutory exemptions and rules regarding employees of churches and other religious institutions including Justice in Employment issues
- education law issues, including tenure disputes, faculty discipline and academic freedom matters, and
- public employee education law, including all public employee statutes governing compensation, severance, tenure, data practices, discipline and discharge.
For more than 30 years, we have represented the members of a statewide public education association and have extensive experience in public employment law.
We work quickly and cost-effectively to be sure our clients’ resources are spent wisely in negotiating the various complexities of nonprofit and education law.