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BONNIE BRIER, American Lawyer, Partner of THE CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL OF PHILADELPHIA.

Background

Brier, Bonnie S. was born on October 19, 1950.

Education

Cornell University (Bachelor of Arts, magna cum laude, 1972). Stanford University (Juris Doctor, 1976). Order of the Coif. Member, Stanford Law Review, 1974-1976.

Career

Admitted to the bar, 1976, Pennsylvania. Order of the Coif. Editor, Stanford Law Review, 1974-1976. Author: "Indigents' Right to Counsel in Interstate Extradition Proceedings," 28 Stanford Law Review 1039, 1976.

"Joint Ventures Between For-Profit and Exempt Organizations," Prentice Hall Tax Exempt Organizations, April 24, 1989. "Tax Issues Affecting Exempt Health Care Providers," Clark Boardman's 1989 Health Law Handbook 235. "Special Tax Problems of Health Care Organizations," New York University Seventeenth Conference on Tax Planning for the Charitable Sector (1989), updated and reprinted in Tax Analysts' The Tax Exempt Organization Tax Review, Volume 2, No.

4 at 380 (August-September 1989). "Employment Tax Planning For Health Care Providers," Clark Boardman's 1990 Health Care Law Handbook 213. "Coping With The Contribution/Consideration Problem From The Standpoint of the Charitable Institution and Personal Comments On a Failing System," New York University Eighteenth Conference on tax planning for the 501 (c) (3) Organizations, 1990, Reprinted in Tax Analysis' The Tax Exempt Organization Tax Review, August, 1990.

"Private Practitioner's View of Hospital Audit Issue," New York University Twentieth Conference on Tax Planning for the 501(c)(3) Organizations 8-1 through 8-23 (1992). "Charitable Remainder Trusts and Pooled Income Funds," revision of an existing BNA Tax Management Portfolio, 435-2nd (1992). "Charitable Income Trusts," revision of an existing BNA Tax Management Portfolio, 442-2nd (1993).

"Health Care Organizations," Chapter, Warren Gorham & Lamont Treatise Federal and State Tax Exemption of Exempt Organizations, 1994. Adjunct Faculty, Health Care Law and Policy, University of Pennsylvania Law School, 1988-1995. Lecturer in Law, Financing for Nonprofit and Charitable Organizations, Temple University School of Law Continuing Education Program, Fall 1987.

Law Clerk to Chief Judge Joseph S. Lord, III, 1976-1977 and Assistant United States. Attorney, 1977-1979, Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Associate Partner, Ballard, Spahr, Andrews & Ingersoll, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1979-1990.

Board Member, United States. Committee for UNICEF, 1994—. Member, American College of Tax Counsel, 1995—.

Member: Philadelphia (Member, Tax Section), Pennsylvania (Member, Tax Section) and American (Chair, Tax Section Committee on Exempt Organizations, 1991-1993. Co-Chair, Policy and Compliance Task Force, 1993—. Co-Chair, Health Care Subcommittee, 1987-1989) Bar Associations.

American Academy of Hospital Attorneys of the American Hospital Association (Board Member, 1991-1996. Chair, Teaching Hospitals Committee, 1991-1993. Chair Development Committee, 1993-1995.

Advisory Board, Exempt Organizations Tax Review, 1987—). Forum of Executive Women. National Health Lawyers Association.

Society of Hospital Attorneys of the Hospital Association of Pennsylvania. (General Counsel).

Works

  • Other Work

    • "Indigents’ Right to Counsel in Interstate Extradition Proceedings," 28 Stanford Law Review 1039, 1976. "Joint Ventures Between For-Profit and Exempt Organizations," Prentice Hall Tax Exempt Organizations, April 24, 1989. Tax Issues Affecting Exempt Health Care Providers," Clark Boardman’s 1989 Health Law Handbook 235.

      "Special Tax Problems of Health Care Organizations," New York University Seventeenth Conference on Tax Planning for the Charitable Sector (1989), updated and reprinted in Tax Analysts’ The Tax Exempt Organization Tax Review, Volume 2, No. 4 at 380 (August-September 1989). Adjunct Faculty, Health Care Law and Policy, University of Pennsylvania Law School.

      Lecturer in Law, Financing for Nonprofit and Charitable Organizations, Temple University School of Law Continuing Education Program, Fall 1987. Law Clerk to Chief Judge Joseph S. Lord, III, 1976-1977 and Assistant United States. Attorney, 1977-1979, Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

Membership

Member, American College of Tax Counsel, 1995—. Member: Philadelphia (Member, Tax Section), Pennsylvania (Member, Tax Section) and American (Chair, Tax Section Committee on Exempt Organizations, 1991-1993. Co-Chair, Policy and Compliance Task Force, 1993—.

Co-Chair, Health Care Subcommittee, 1987-1989) Bar Associations. American Academy of Hospital Attorneys of the American Hospital Association (Board Member, 1991-1996. Chair, Teaching Hospitals Committee, 1991-1993.

Chair Development Committee, 1993-1995. Advisory Board, Exempt Organizations Tax Review, 1987—). Forum of Executive Women.

National Health Lawyers Association. Society of Hospital Attorneys of the Hospital Association of Pennsylvania. (General Counsel).