Andrew Dye practices all areas of nonprofit law including formation of non-profit organizations, exemption, dissolution, governance, and other corporate issues. Mr. Dye also helps landlords and tenants with real estate matters including leases of all sizes. Andrew works with non-profit organizations seeking to obtain tax exemption status and in so doing he drafts bylaws, articles of incorporation, conflicts of interest, whistleblower, and record retention policies, and applications for state tax exemption in Maryland, the District of Columbia and other states. In addition, he also helps organizations in their charitable registration process. Andrew also advises regarding government statutes and regulations covering Veterans Affairs, Department of Transportation and other government agencies.
Prior to working at Webster, Chamberlain & Bean, Andrew clerked at the Boston Board of Zoning Appeal, where he attended bimonthly hearings for appeals from the zoning laws and drafted decisions for the Board. Before attending law school, Andrew worked in Property Management in the Washington, DC, area for several years. He also interned in a congressional office.