Melissa Replogle

J.D. · University of Dayton School of Law

Melissa Replogle is a writer, teacher, and attorney. She has advised both for-profit and nonprofit businesses in several areas, including business formation, contracts, intellectual property, and day-to-day business operations. She received a B.A. from Wright State University and a law degree from the University of Dayton School of Law.

Melissa is an adjunct professor in the Paralegal Department at Sinclair Community College, where she teaches business law, business organizations, and legal research and writing.

Articles By Melissa Replogle

Is Your Nonprofit Giving Away Things It Should Charge For?
Nonprofits need to get comfortable charging fees, because not only is doing so perfectly legal, but such fees can be an important source of additional revenue, allowing for growth and ultimately serving the mission.
Should a Nonprofit Organization Trademark Its Name or Logo?
Does your nonprofit need the legal protection a federally registered trademark might offer?
How a Nonprofit Can Avoid Copyright Infringement When Holding Events
Don't undermine the financial success of your fundraising event by risking later claims over copyright infringement.