Matthew R. Elkin is a partner in Morgan Lewis's Tax Practice. Mr. Elkin focuses his practice on tax and corporate matters affecting tax-exempt organizations, with an emphasis on sponsorship of charitable investment funds and other social investing programs, international grant programs, corporate governance and policies, and representation before government agencies.
Mr. Elkin has worked extensively on complex transactional matters for nonprofits, including the formation of investment funds by both nonprofit and for-profit sponsors and the acquisition and disposition of investments. He has experience advising nonprofits on economic development programs, cross-border transactions, and joint ventures with for-profits.
Mr. Elkin also advises nonprofits and boards of directors on a wide range of governance issues, including fiduciary duties, conflicts of interest, risk oversight, board and committee structures, internal investigations, board-evaluation processes, executive compensation, and compliance with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and other regulatory and governance best practices.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Matthew R. Elkin