DePaul Law Firm persuades NY Department of State to Reverse Decision regarding Not-for-Profit Corporation
NEWS: (Oct. 18, 2012) DePaul Law Firm persuades New York Department of State to reverse its decision to refuse not-for-profit incorporation to NUNY, an association of New Yorkers organized for the purpose of educating Americans about tolerance, diversity and the dangers of anti-Semitism. NUNY will now be allowed to incorporate as a not-for-profit corporation in New York and seek tax-exempt status from the federal government.
GREG DEPAUL, Esq.
Greg DePaul is a graduate of The Rutgers School of Law, where he focused on intellectual property and business law, and New York University (BA). His clients are businesspeople and creative professionals. Licensed to practice law in New York and New Jersey, he is admitted to the U.S. District Court for NJ.
He is also a writer, and has sold screenplays to Disney, Fox, MGM, Village Roadshow, Miramax and Sony studios. His produced credits include the movies Bride Wars and Saving Silverman.
He has spoken or lectured at: Vanderbilt University, UCLA, The Austin Film Festival, American Film Institute, Unicorn Writers Conference, and Harvardwood.
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