Association law handbook
This guidebook for the trade or professional association counsel discusses a wide range of legal issues affecting the management of associations, including: antitrust liability, nonprofit tax exemptions, export trading companies, the role of political action committees, limitations on standard-setting, and other relevant areas.
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The Importance of Associations
Kinds of Associations
The History of Associations
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