The Fiduciary Duty of a Charitable Corporation’s Sole Corporate Member: New Law and New Questions

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Julia Hesse on Fiduciary Duty for Non-Profit Parent Entities

Health Law Reporter

 | April 4, 2012

 | Julia Hesse

Julia Hesse co-wrote “The Fiduciary Duty of a Charitable Corporation’s Sole Corporate Member: New Law and New Questions” in the Boston Bar Association Health Law Reporter, a publication of the BBA’s Health Law Section.  The article examines the recent Lifespan case, which will affect multi-corporate non-profit groups in light of its finding that a non-profit parent entity owed a fiduciary duty to its subsidiary entity and breached this fiduciary duty. 

 

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