Memos from Tuple Legal
Supreme Court Holds California’s Charity Donor Disclosure Requirement Unconstitutional
On July 1st, 2021, the Supreme Court ruled that California’s charity donor disclosure requirement is unconstitutional. The ruling will impact charities’ filing requirements with the California Attorney General’s Registry of Charitable Trusts—and may later affect their Form 990 tax filings with the IRS.
Tuple Legal Client Forces Bernie Sanders to Withdraw Endorsement
During the 2020 Democratic Primary, California Women’s List was particularly taken aback when Bernie Sanders endorsed a candidate with a “long history of ugly comments about women”, as the Daily Beast reported.
NBC News Interviews Tuple Legal Client About Food Trucks in National Parks
NBC recently interviewed a client of Tuple Legal. Scott Gehrman founded a nonprofit organization to make Yosemite and other national parks accessible to all. His organization, Lasting Adventures acts as a guide service.
Memo: 25 Years of California Legislature’s Sexual Harassment Settlements
Tuple Legal obtained and reviewed settlement records, court filings, historical news reports, and other documents to compile a database of the Legislature’s sexual harassment, sex discrimination, and gender discrimination settlements from the past 25 years.
POLITICO Profiles Tuple Legal Client Working to Unearth Trump Secrets
POLITICO recently profiled a client of Tuple Legal. Geoff Anderson founded a nonprofit organization to shine a light on the records of elected officials–beginning with Donald Trump.
The Entrepreneur’s Counsel
Side ventures are exciting for our family and friends, but they also create the need for legal assistance, which they often cannot afford.