August 10, 2020 | News

Partner and Co-Chair of the Nonprofit + Tax-Exempt Organizations Group Daniel Kurtz commented on the numerous claims of misuse of funds and illegal activity that the National Rifle Association (NRA) faces after New York Attorney General Letitia James sued to dissolve the New York-based organization. The litigation will put the organization in a precarious position as the nation ramps up to the November presidential and congressional elections. According to Bloomberg Law, 

The legal battles will hurt the NRA politically in the next three months, said Daniel Kurtz, an attorney at Pryor Cashman LLP who represents non-profit organizations. "It will diminish its direct influence because they're going to have to be in defense mode," Kurtz said.

Read the full article, "NRA Fights to Retain Political Clout While Under Legal Attack" in Bloomberg. The item was also picked up in MSN and other outlets. 

More About Kurtz's Practice

With decades of experience advising world-renowned cultural institutions, universities, research institutions, health charities, and private foundations, Daniel Kurtz is recognized as a foremost attorney in the area of non-profit + tax-exempt organizations law.

Leveraging his background as a corporate lawyer, civil prosecutor and leading governance authority, he is able to service the full range of needs of his non-profit clients.

- Daniel L. Kurtz, Partner and Co-Chair of Pryor Cashman's Nonprofit + Tax-Exempt Organizations Group