Tenenbaum Law Group’s Managing Partner Jeff Tenenbaum and Counsel Nisha Thakker are quoted in this article in CEO Update about how hotels, convention centers, and other meeting venues are growing less lenient with cancellation and refund policies at this stage of the COVID-19 pandemic, meaning that associations and other event organizers need to pay particular attention when negotiating force majeure and other contract language. Tenenbaum and Thakker offer up specific advice and recommendations for meeting contract clauses.
Tenenbaum Law Group’s Managing Partner Jeff Tenenbaum is quoted extensively in this article in The Rosen Report about mandatory COVID vaccinations for clients of travel advisors, requiring proof of vaccination status, disclosure of vaccination status to fellow travelers, and related legal issues.
Tenenbaum Law Group’s Managing Partner Jeff Tenenbaum is quoted in this article in Association Leadership magazine about mandatory COVID vaccination policies for association meetings and conferences, requiring proof of vaccination status, and related legal issues. (See #2.)
Tenenbaum Law Group’s Managing Partner Jeff Tenenbaum is quoted extensively in this article in Small Market Meetings magazine about insurance, contracts and other risk management issues for meeting planners and meeting organizers. (See pp. 12-14.)
TLG’s Managing Partner Jeff Tenenbaum was featured on The Managing Partners Podcast, interviewed by the Podcast’s Erik Olson about himself, the firm and its growth, and business development generally.
TLG’s Managing Partner Jeff Tenenbaum has published the new eBook, Quarantine Cocktails: A DC Attorney’s Inspired Libations. From the Preface: “Many have said they have found silver linings in this horrific pandemic. For me, one of them has been the rediscovery of my mixology skills. While I had been a bartender during college in Philadelphia and when I worked on Capitol Hill after that, it’s been ages since I professionally tended bar. But that has not stopped me from fashioning myself an amateur barkeep for family and friends. In mid-March 2020, I started experimenting with new cocktail creations at home – including infusions, bitters, extracts, atomizers, torches, inventive ice cubes, rare liquors, and fresh and unique ingredients, along with some fun glassware – and posting them on social media with photos and detailed descriptions. Pretty soon, my drink posts were getting more attention and feedback than anything else I posted (except maybe my cooking posts). So, I kept it going.”
The Tenenbaum Law Group (TLG) is pleased to announce the addition of Counsel Julie Kulovits to the firm. Based in the Chicagoland area and most recently the general counsel of the North American Spine Society for the last six years – an internationally recognized association for medical professionals in the spine care field – Julie has broad-based experience with association and nonprofit legal issues. Prior to her in-house role, Julie spent a decade in private practice as a civil litigator in Illinois. Julie brings 15 years of law practice to TLG, where she will help to service the firm’s client base of over 350 associations and nonprofit organizations, as well as companies and executives that work with or provide services to nonprofits. Founded on January 1, 2020 by Managing Partner Jeff Tenenbaum and Counsel Nisha Thakker, TLG is nationally recognized, Washington, DC-based boutique law firm focused exclusively on the nonprofit sector, with clients across the United States.
Tenenbaum Law Group Managing Partner Jeff Tenenbaum authored this article in the March 1, 2021 issue of the American Society of Association Executives’ Associations Now magazine on UBIT and virtual trade shows.
TLG’s Managing Partner Jeff Tenenbaum authored a chapter in the just-released American Society of Association Executives-published book, Professional Practices in Association Management, Fourth Edition: The Essential Resource for Effective Management of Nonprofit Organizations. The chapter is entitled, “Legal Issues in Association Standard Setting, Certification and Accreditation Programs, and Codes of Ethics.”
Tenenbaum Law Group’s Managing Partner Jeff Tenenbaum is quoted in this article in CEO Update about the eligibility of 501(c)(6) trade and professional associations for funding in the latest iteration of the federal Paycheck Protection Program, including the limitation on those associations that engage in significant lobbying activity.