Jack Horak is a Stockholder in the Hartford office of Reid and Riege where he has worked since 1980. He is a member of the firm's Business Law Practice Area and he is the founder of the firm's Nonprofit Organizations Practice Area. He is a regular contributor to, and editor of, the Reid and Riege Nonprofit Organization Report, a quarterly publication distributed throughout the United States.
Jack has published several articles and editorials on various legal and policy issues in Philanthropy Magazine, the Hartford Courant and the Connecticut Law Tribune. Jack speaks regularly to professional and industry groups within the United States on topics within his practice areas. He recently presented to The American Council of Trustees and Alumni's Conference on Responsible Giving to Higher Education in Washington, D.C. Jack also presented at the PKF North American Niche Fly-In Conference in Chicago and The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants National Not-for-Profit Industry Conference in Washington, D.C. Jack also regularly teaches professional education courses at venues throughout Connecticut. He is currently spearheading the effort to adopt a low-profit limited liability company (L3C) statute in Connecticut.