Richard “Dick” F. Riley Jr., Esq. is a tax partner in the Washington, D.C. office of the law firm of Foley & Lardner LLP. He has been at Foley and its predecessor firms in Washington for over thirty years.
Dick’s practice focuses on exempt organization tax law and nonprofit organization governance. He works with a wide variety of tax-exempt organizations on tax, transactional and governance matters, including 501(c)(3) charities, universities and foundations, 501(c)(4) social welfare and advocacy organizations, 501(c)(6) trade associations, 501(c)(7) social clubs, 501(c)(14) credit unions, and many others.
Dick is a graduate of Yale University and Duke University School of Law. He serves on the boards of a number of nonprofit organizations, including Legal Counsel for the Elderly, the primary legal advocate for low-income elderly residents of Washington D.C., and The Riley Foundation, a charitable foundation in his native state of Mississippi.
Jason J. Kohout, Esq. practices law at Foley & Lardner LLP in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. His work encompasses all areas of tax and corporate law, and focuses on the areas of tax-exempt organizations, charitable giving, political and lobbying law, and advising individuals and closely-held businesses with regard to estate planning and related issues.
Jason’s practice includes advising a wide variety of tax-exempt organizations, including family and corporate foundations as well as healthcare, social service, and educational organizations. He also assists clients with structuring charitable gifts and bequests. He has given presentations on unrelated business income tax, director and officer fiduciary liability, political and lobbying issues of tax-exempt organizations, and charitable giving related to a liquidity event.
Jason is a graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Law School. He serves as the treasurer and director of Carmen High School of Science and Technology, a system of high-performing charter high schools in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.