Entertaining delivery and nice voice modulation; Brings up good examples. Generally, this is interesting stuff for nonprofit attorneys-- but it is more about raising questions than providing the answers. However, with that caveat, for an introduction to the topic, that information may be all one needs : enough to know where the common fundraising pitfalls are in order to investigate them further before stepping into them. Had there been materials, then we could have known some of the data, or at least, perhaps, where to investigate further, or even had some of the data provided, e.g., which 40 states do require registration? and what is the universal form he references with its 17 exceptions? where can it be accessed? what is best online source or published material for further reference? So biggest objection is: No written materials with any legal citations or sources to support what he talks about.
- Tracey C