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Eliot Green

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Nonprofits and Tax-Exempt Organizations




Eliot Green serves as co-chair of the firm's Charitable Giving Practice. He represents private family foundations and corporate foundations and a wide range of public charities, primarily in the areas of health care, social and human services, education, visual and performing arts, and sports and entertainment. He represents several large, well-known private family foundations focusing on governance, regulatory compliance, executive compensation and self-dealing issues. He has extensive experience in the structuring and implementation of complex health care and social and human services provider transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, affiliations, virtual mergers, joint ventures and integrations involving both for-profit and not-for-profit organizations. In addition, he advises governing boards of private foundations and public charities on matters such as succession planning, board fiduciary duties and liability, charitable solicitation, accountability, grant-making/monitoring, and collaborations between private foundations and for-profit companies.

Mr. Green's clients include large and medium-sized public charities and private foundations, Fortune 500 companies sponsoring foundations, federal and state political action committees and trade associations. He frequently represents tax-exempt organizations in structuring multi-dimensional affiliations or networks and often provides assistance in restructuring governing board/member relationships.


Case Western Reserve University School of Law, J.D., 1983
Allegheny College, B.A., 1980

United States: Finance

Not-for-profit (nonprofit and tax exempt organizations)

Within: Not-for-profit (nonprofit and tax exempt organizations)

Loeb & Loeb LLP’s nonprofits and tax-exempt organizations (TEOs) practice handles a broad spectrum of not-for-profit matters, including program-related investments (PRIs), corporate governance, fundraising, mergers, charitable giving, Internal Revenue Service (IRS) audits and investigations, public financing and tax compliance. The team is also recommended for its experience in assisting clients with setting up for-profit subsidiaries. The practice is co-chaired by Washington DC-based Diara Holmes and New York-based Jason Lilien. Holmes and Marcus Owens, who is also based in Washington DC, are well known for their expertise in tax matters. Names to note also include New York-based Eliot Green and Los Angeles-based Leah Bishop. In August 2017, of counsel Preston Quesenberry left to join KPMG as managing director in the firm’s exempt organizations tax group.

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