Bromberger Law provides comprehensive legal services for all entities that seek to make the world a better place. Our work encompasses traditional non-profit and business structures as well as specialized structures designed to accomplish social and financial goals simultaneously. Our clients include non-profit, for-profit and hybrid entities, social investors, foundations, family offices, and organizations and others engaged in building the new economy. 

  • Non-profit Formation & Tax Exemption: Public Charities, Private Foundations, Trade Associations, Social Clubs, etc.

  • Federal Tax Exemption

  • State Tax Exemption

  • Sales of Assets, Mergers, and Dissolutions

  • Outside General Counsel Services

  • Governance & Compliance


  • New Enterprise Formation: Business Corporations, Benefit Corporations, Partnerships, and LLCs

  • Create structures that support the simultaneous pursuit of financial and social objectives:

  • Mission Protection

  • Sales of Assets, Mergers, Dissolutions, and Exits

  • Governance & Compliance

  • Outside General Counsel Services

  • Support for B Corp Certification



  • Vendor Agreements

  • Service Agreements

  • Employment Agreements

  • Leases

  • Intellectual Property

  • Licensing Agreements

  • Independent Contractors



​At All Stages of a Company’s Growth:

  • Equity and Debt Offerings

  • Private Placements

  • Program-Related Investments (PRIs)

  • Mission-Related Investments


​​​Protection of Creative Works:

  • Copyright

  • Trademark

  • Trade Secrets

  • Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs)



Bromberger Law offers comprehensive start-up services for new nonprofits, including public charities and private foundations, exempt under Section 501(c)(3), as well as other types of tax-exempt organizations. 


Our services include:

  • Consultation regarding the planned nonprofit and its objectives, the rights and responsibilities of founders and directors, including assistance honing the mission, clarifying the purpose, and identifying the charitable activities it will conduct

  • Filing state incorporation documents

  • Writing initial bylaws, resolutions and policies necessary to get the nonprofit started

  • Assisting you to obtain an Employer Identification Number (EIN)

  • Completing and filing an IRS application for tax-exempt status

  • Responding to any follow-up questions from the IRS, providing application tracking and support until the new charity receives an IRS determination letter

  • Qualifying the nonprofit to do business in your state of operation (if different from your state of incorporation)

  • Applying for state sales tax exemption and registering to solicit charitable contributions (if applicable)


We perform these services for a flat fee, inclusive of state and federal filing fees.


If you are interested in learning more, please contact Carly Leinheiser, Partner, Bromberger Law,

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