SHU Law Prof. John Jacobi on NJTV on Hospital’s Non-Profit Status

Filed in Hospitals, Seton Hall Law by on July 15, 2015 0 Comments

As NJTV reports, “hospitals are already on alert after a tax court ruling that could make all New Jersey’s not-for-profit hospitals liable for millions of dollars in property taxes. The judge found Morristown Medical Center had so intermingled its non-profit and for-profit services and finances that it could no longer qualify for a tax exemption under state law. Seton Hall University School of Law Professor John Jacobi spoke with NJTV News Anchor Mary Alice Williams about the ruling.”

Watch the entire interview with Professor Jacobi here.

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