Fair or Foul? A Review of Federal Tax Laws Governing Unfair Competition by Gene Takagi, JD, MNA, and Tony Wang, JD, MBA Fall 2014: Volume 21 Issue 3

Fair or Foul? A Review of Federal Tax Laws Governing Unfair Competition by Gene Takagi, JD, MNA, and Tony Wang, JD, MBA (Fall 2014)
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When nonprofits compete in spaces traditionally operated by for-profits, there are two primary legal issues to contend with: unrelated business income and restraint of trade—both of which were put in place to govern unfair competition, and neither of whose boundaries tend to be all that easy to determine. That these laws are necessary is clear; but, note the authors, “In light of all the constraints on a nonprofit running a profitable business, the alarm of unfair competition rings a little hollow.”