Kimberly M. Eney is an associate in Morgan Lewis’s Tax Practice. Ms. Eney focuses her practice on tax and governance issues affecting tax-exempt organizations, including colleges and universities, museums and cultural organizations, scientific and medical research organizations, public broadcasting organizations, private and operating foundations, community and economic development organizations, and many other special-purpose charitable organizations and associations.
Ms. Eney advises tax-exempt organizations on a wide variety of tax matters, including formation and applications for tax exemption, Form 990 filing issues, and ongoing compliance with applicable tax laws, such as the unrelated business income tax, lobbying and political activity restrictions, and intermediate sanctions and other compensation-related issues.
Ms. Eney also represents tax-exempt organizations with respect to governance issues, including the development of good board governance policies and practices and the handling of conflicts of interest. She assists tax-exempt organizations with IRS audits; offers advice about business transactions; and regularly monitors proposed legislation, regulations, and rulings that may affect tax-exempt clients.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Kimberly M. Eney