Emerging Issue: Challenges and Interests of The States In Social Mission / Hybrid Organizations
Discussion and questions for this panel touched on the appropriate locus of state regulation of hybrid entities, the inherent difficulties in drawing clear lines, the touchstone of charitable assets, the role of the market in the regulatory process, commercial co-ventures, and the possibility of accessing equitable remedies to hold hybrid organizations accountable.
Panelists: Elizabeth Grant, Attorney-in-charge, Charitable Activities, Oregon Office of the Attorney General
National State Attorneys General Program Charities Regulation and Oversight Project, Resources List, Social Missions/Hybrid Corporations Meeting and Webinar, (June 28-29, 2011) (Updated Jan. 2013), /sites/default/files/microsites/attorneys-general/Social%20Mission-Hybrid%20Entities%20resources%20list%2001.16.13.pdf
Keren G. Raz, Toward an Improved Legal Form for Social Enterprise, 36 NYU Rev. L. & Soc. Change 283 (2012)