Platt Richmond represents non-profit organizations, social entrepreneurs, social investors and other changemakers in connection with non-profit formations, tax exempt applications, social enterprise structuring, governance, impact investing, fiscal sponsorships, loans, non-profit mergers and acquisitions, and other transactions. We also represent clients in this sector in connection with disputes with vendors and other third parties, leases and other real estate matters, issues relating to intellectual property and licensing, and employment matters.

Platt Richmond’s representative experience includes: