Nathan Boyce is a member of the Transactions Group, Corporate Finance and Securities Group, the Technology, Entrepreneurial and Commercial Practice Group and the Tax Exempt & Charitable Planning Team. Mr. Boyce regularly represents public and private company clients in connection with a variety of corporate transactional matters. His practice includes advising clients on transactions such as mergers, acquisitions and divestitures as well as advising on governance, formation, contractual and general business matters.
His practice also includes structuring and negotiating commercial contracts, including software, trademark, license, supply, distributor, consulting, employment, confidentiality, reseller and master services agreements.
Mr. Boyce also has extensive experience forming and advising organizations that are exempt under various subsections of Section 501(c) of the Internal Revenue code on matters such as joint ventures, fundraising, commercial co-ventures and unrelated business income.
Bar and Court Admissions
Stanford University, J.D., 2006
Brigham Young University, B.A., summa cum laude, 2001
American Sign Language
"From Rubik’s Cube to Checkers: Determining Church Status Is Not as Hard as You Think," The Exempt Organization Tax Review, July 2011
“Setting the Record Straight - Not Everything Goes,” 22 Taxation of Exempts 5, March/April 2010
Speeches and Seminars
"Basics of Nonprofit Formation," Sponsored by the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis, October 2011
"How to Keep Tax-Exempt Organizations in Compliance," Sponsored by National Business Institute, May 2011
"The Basics of Representing Small Nonprofit Organizations," Sponsored by Bryan Cave LLP, April 2010
“Overview of State Law and IRS Requirements for Tax-Exempt Organizations,” Sponsored by the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis, May 2008
“Formation of Nonprofit Organizations,” Sponsored by Bryan Cave LLP, November 2007
Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis, Nonprofit Committee
Missouri Bar Association
American Bar Association, Tax Section