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Welcome to Bea & VandenBerk

We seek to provide a broad range of legal services to tax-exempt organizations, small businesses, and individuals. 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 Practice Areas

  • Nonprofit Corporate Law
  • Tax Compliance and Advising
  • Intellectual Property, Copyright & Trademark
  • Employment Law
  • Real Estate
  • Contracts & Commercial Transactions
  • Charitable Solicitation

Our Clients

  • 501(c)(3) and other Nonprofits
  • Social Enterprises
  • Churches & Religious Organizations
  • Artists, Authors, and Filmmakers
  • Publishing & Entertainment
  • Small Businesses

Our not-for profit has used the services of Bea & VandenBerk for many years. Their team is very responsive to our needs, helps us with direction in our projects, and are committed to our mission. I highly recommend the firm.

International Non-Profit Organization

Nonprofits

Tax Cuts and Jobs Act: Changes That Affect Tax-Exempt Organizations

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act made sweeping changes to the Internal Revenue Code including some that apply to tax-exempt organizations.  Exempt organizations should become familiar with the new tax law and make plans to comply with it. 

Intellectual Property

EU Data Protection Law to Impact Charitable Donations

Do you have customers in Europe? Are you a charity that receives donations from EU citizens? Do you send your newsletter to people in Europe? If any of these apply to you, you should be aware of changes to European privacy laws that will come into effect on May 18, 2018. That is the effective
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Employment

“Mark of the Beast”: Fourth Circuit Upholds Judgment That Employer Failed to Accommodate Employee’s Religious Beliefs

A recent Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals ruling highlights an employer’s mistakes when refusing an employee’s request for a religious accommodation. The case, EEOC v. Consol Energy, Inc., upheld the lower court’s judgment against Consol that it failed to accommodate an employee’s religious objection to participate in the employer’s mandated biometric hand scanner system. The
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