Manley Burke - 225 West Court Street - Cincinnati, OH 45202 - Tel: 513-721-5525

Jacklyn D. Olinger

Jacklyn's practice areas include corporate and taxation. Jacklyn has experience with many of the issues specific to nonprofit and tax exempt organizations, including seeking and maintaining tax exempt status, corporate governance matters, grant-making and registration under state charitable solicitation laws. Jacklyn also has experience with for-profit corporate law and transactions including forming new businesses, preparation and review of contracts, and general corporate governance matters.

Phone: 513-763-6752
Email: [email protected]


Professional and Community Affiliations

  • Ohio State Bar Association
  • Cincinnati Bar Association
  • Junior League of Cincinnati
    • Vice-Chair, Fall Fundraiser, 2011-2012


  • Ohio

Publications and Presentations

  • Business Tax Credits & Deductions Scheduled to Expire at Year-End, September 2011
  • IRS Posts Automatic Revocation List: Are You and Your Chapters Still Exempt?, June 2011
  • New Private Letter Ruling Disregards Separate Existence of a Charity and Related Noncharity, January 2011
  • IRS Modifies Filing Thresholds, January 2011
  • Health Care Tax Credit for Small Businesses, November 2010
  • Small Business Jobs Act Offers Tax Incentives, November 2010
  • IRS Denies Exemption to Local Fraternity Foundation Providing Scholarships to Chapter Members, August 2010
  • IRS Gives Some Non-Filers One Last Chance, August 2010
  • Sorority Leadership Consultant Training, August 2010
  • Loss of Exemption Under Group Ruling Requires Full Re-Application, January 2010
  • Part VI of the New Form 990 – New Requirements for Reporting Governance Practices and Policies, January 2009


  • 2007, J.D., University of Dayton School of Law (summa cum laude; Publications Editor, University of Dayton Law Review, 2007)
  • 2005, B.A., Political Science, Miami University

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