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Bea & VandenBerk Attorneys at Law

provides a broad range of legal services to tax-exempt organizations, small businesses, and individuals. The firm regularly represents charities, churches, publishers, media companies, software developers, professional associations, authors, and artists. It is our objective to provide high-quality legal services with a personal approach that is responsive to client needs. Please review our services and contact us if we can be of assistance.

Our Services

Tax-Exempt Organizations Tax-Exempt Organizations
Nonprofit entity formation, governance, recognition of tax-exempt status, and compliance.

Trademark and Copyright Trademark and Copyright
Trademark selection, registration, licensing, and policing. Copyright counseling, protection, and licensing.

Churches and Religious Organizations Churches and Religious Organizations
Nonprofit entity formation, affiliations, governance, social services, minister housing, child protection, and risk management.

Publishing and Entertainment Publishing and Entertainment
Intellectual property protection, permissions, contracts, and licensing.

Small Business – General Counsel Small Business – General Counsel
Entity formation, governance, contracts, and employment matters.

Computer and Internet Computer and Internet
Software development and licensing agreements, website policies, liability protection, domain names, and infringement.

Non Profit Organizations

Attention Non-Profits (and Social Enterprises): Are Your Charitable Registrations in Order?
The executive director of a national charity contacted our office with a question about ...

Intellectual Property

Understanding Trademarks
Trademarks are valuable assets of businesses and non-profit organizations. A carefully-selected trademark can help ...

Small Business – General Counsel

Steering Clear of “Disparate Impact” for Age Discrimination
The Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) prohibits employers from discriminating in employment matters ...