The Pro Bono Partnership will be offering a workshop on Monday, February 13 in New Britain, Connecticut, for nonprofits that are struggling financially. It will cover the legal issues a nonprofit needs to consider when it’s thinking about laying off staff, renegotiating contracts or leases, eliminating programs, or partnering/merging with another organization.
Workshop Description: What steps can a nonprofit take when it’s facing difficult financial times? Are there ways to reduce costs without significantly impacting your mission? Can employment arrangements or existing contracts be changed? What about collaborations or mergers – do they offer solutions? What do you need to consider as you decide whether to persevere or possibly close the doors? Our panel of speakers – attorneys with expertise in corporate workouts, employment, and real estate law – will cover these issues and others you need to consider as you weigh your organization’s options for the future in these challenging times.
REGISTRATION CLOSES FEBRUARY 10. THERE IS A FEE OF $20 TO ATTEND. THIS WORKSHOP IS EXPECTED TO FILL UP VERY QUICKLY. PLEASE RESERVE YOUR SPOT AS SOON AS YOU CAN! register