Law firms often receive requests from clients to make charitable contributions. Some of these requests are made directly by clients while others may come from the charities themselves. For instance, a director of a nonprofit entity may notify a law firm of a luncheon where a client is to be honored and invite the firm to purchase a journal advertisement or tickets to the affair — or both.

Lawyers may be invited at a client’s behest to golf tournaments, formal dinner dances, and other functions to benefit specific organizations, all with a price tag attached.

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