Mr. Gorovitz's practice spans the full range of nonprofit and tax-exempt legal issues, with emphasis on political advocacy and nonprofit corporate governance.
Mr. Gorovitz is the former President of Youth Enrichment Strategies and served on the board of an independent school. He is also a member of the California Political Attorneys Association, the tax law section of the American Bar Association, the California State Bar Association, and the Bar Association of San Francisco.
Mr. Gorovitz has lectured at (among others) U.C. Berkeley, Johns Hopkins University, U.C. Hastings School of Law, and Golden Gate University School of Law, and conducted trainings for nonprofit organizations across the country.
Mr. Gorovitz is admitted to the bar in the state of California.
Mr. Gorovitz has served as Director of the West Coast office of Alliance for Justice; Policy Director at the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence, the Million Mom March, and the Trauma Foundation.
Moderator: Leslie Zellers, JD, Consultant, Public Health Policy and Law
Donna E. Levin, JD, National Director, Network for Public Health Law
Eric Gorovitz, JD, MPH, Principal, Adler & Colvin
John Sobotik, JD, Assistant General Counsel, Wisconsin Department of Transportation
Kellen Russoniello, Senior Policy Manager, Drug Policy Alliance
Matt Clausen, Alder & Colvin – Charitable Giving
Susan Sheffler, Alder & Colvin – Fundamentals of Public Charities and Private Foundations
Eric Gorovitz, Alder & Colvin – Nonprofit Advocacy
Nancy E. McGlamery, Alder & Colvin – Unrelated Business Taxable Income
Presenters: Eric Gorovitz, Adler & Colvin; Erin Bradrick, EO Law Group; David Tate, Law Office of David Tate
Moderator: Deborah Kaminiski, Squar Milner LLP
Co-presenter: Dinah Stephens, Planned Parenthood Los Angeles
Form 990: Beyond the Basics
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Form 990 Schedule C: Mastering Complex Reporting of Political Campaign and Lobbying Activities; Avoiding Excise Taxes, Penalties, Fines, and Revocation of Tax-Exempt Status Due to Noncompliance
Co-Presenter: Deborah Kaminski
Donor Information: Right to Know vs Right to Privacy
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Advocacy IS Intervention: Fighting for Relevance in Public Policy
Looking Ahead to 2016: Lessons from 2014 for Nonprofits Advocating for Change
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