Perlman & Perlman

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    Bernard Perlman established the first state regulatory agency in the United States devoted exclusively to the oversight of charitable activities. Today, these regulatory functions are carried out by the Charities Bureau of the New York State Attorney General’s Office. We have grown from a sole practitioner handling mostly regional clients to a law firm of several attorneys, paralegals and compliance specialists, serving clients nationally and internationally. Our scope has expanded from traditional nonprofit legal matters to evolving areas of the law such as social enterprise, corporate philanthropy and nonprofit fundraising via the Internet. We also boast one of the industries leading nonprofit fundraising registration and compliance departments.
    TypePrivate
    Founded1959
    HQNew York, US
    Websiteperlmanandperlman.com

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    Employees (est.) (Sept 2020)43
    Cybersecurity ratingBMore

    Perlman & Perlman Office Locations

    Perlman & Perlman has offices in New York, Mesa and Washington
    New York, US (HQ)
    Jerome Mansion, 41 Madison Ave
    Mesa, US
    1855 W Baseline Rd #250
    New York, US
    521 5th Ave 30th floor
    Washington, US
    1250 Connecticut Ave NW #700
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    1959

    Perlman & Perlman Cybersecurity Score

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    Perlman & Perlman Online and Social Media Presence

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    Perlman & Perlman Blogs

    New York State Amends Paid Election Leave Law, Again, to Provide Up to 2 Hours’ Paid Voting Leave

    You may recall that in 2019, New York State’s voting leave law was amended to require employers to offer employees “so much working time as will enable them to vote,” up to three hours’ paid voting leave, in primary and general elections as well as special elections called by the Governor, and to po…

    NY “PAUSE” Extended to April 29th and Extended Unemployment Insurance Benefits

    Effective Sunday, March 22, 2020 at 8 p.m., all “non-essential” businesses and nonprofit organizations in New York State were directed to have their workers work from home and everyone was directed to maintain a 6-foot distance from one another in public,  due to the pandemic of COVID-19, the diseas…

    Business Interruption Insurance for Nonprofits – Is COVID-19 Covered?

    BLUF – Nonprofits should review the language of their business interruption insurance policies and provide notice to their insurance company of any potential claim due to property affected by COVID-19. Generally, business interruption insurance protects an organization against lost income due to phy…

    What the CARES Act Means for Faith-Based Organizations

    BLUF – Faith-based organizations are eligible to participate in PPP/EIDL with no infringement on their ability to exercise their religion. INTRODUCTION As the Small Business Administration (SBA) and the Department of the Treasury continue to roll out additional guidance on the emergency relief progr…

    The CARES Act – Affiliation Rules for Nonprofits and Faith Based Organizations

      BLUF  –Secular nonprofits are subject to standard SBA affiliation rules under 13 CFR 121.301(f); faith-based organizations are largely exempt from those rules. INTRODUCTION As the Small Business Administration (SBA) and the Department of the Treasury roll out their emergency relief programs under …

    COVID-19 and the Workplace: What Families First Coronavirus Response Act and NYS Emergency COVID-19 Paid Leave Mean for Your Organization

    “Q&As” covering the latest Federal and New York State COVID-19 paid leave requirements for nonprofits and businesses   I .  FOR ALL EMPLOYERS REGARDLESS OF STATE Overview Families First Coronavirus Response Act:  Following the devastating impact of COVID-19 on the health of American workers and …
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    Perlman & Perlman Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Perlman & Perlman founded?

      Perlman & Perlman was founded in 1959.

    • How many employees does Perlman & Perlman have?

      Perlman & Perlman has 43 employees.

    • Who are Perlman & Perlman competitors?

      Competitors of Perlman & Perlman include Wendel, Rosen, Black & Dean, Hanson Bridgett and Moye White.

    • Where is Perlman & Perlman headquarters?

      Perlman & Perlman headquarters is located at Jerome Mansion, 41 Madison Ave, New York.

    • Where are Perlman & Perlman offices?

      Perlman & Perlman has offices in New York, Mesa and Washington.

    • How many offices does Perlman & Perlman have?

      Perlman & Perlman has 4 offices.