Hahn Loeser’s dedication to nonprofit clients has been a hallmark of its practice since its founding in 1920, and one nonprofit client that began working with the firm in 1920 remains a client today. Since its inception, the experienced business law attorneys in our Nonprofit & Art Law Practice have understood that representing nonprofits is not just about the law. It is about being sensitive to the missions and ethics of the social service, educational, religious, arts, cultural and nature organizations that we represent.

Our leading business law firm brings not only our legal experience to assist our nonprofit clients, but also our experience gained from the many boards and commissions on which our attorneys serve – part of their commitment to the communities in which they live and work. This practical, hands-on experience is critical to the ability to understand and solve the complex tax, corporate, employment, regulatory and litigation needs of our nonprofit clients. For every legal solution, there are ramifications that affect the many constituencies served by our nonprofit clients, and Hahn Loeser brings both our legal and practical expertise to the analysis and advice we provide.