The Boy Scouts’ bankruptcy offers many insights and lessons for leaders in the area of church insurance coverage.
Behind the Boy Scouts' bankruptcy are victim-plaintiffs whose enormous pain, suffering, and loss hold valuable warnings for church leaders.
The discovery rule is an exception to the statute of limitations with far-reaching implications for both abuse victims and churches.
The Eliminating Limits to Justice for Child Sex Abuse Victims Act of 2022 places no time limits on when victims can sue.
Pastors, church boards and everyday church members should understand the liability that can come with a decades-old abuse claim.
As state and federal lawmakers understandably expand abuse victims' rights, Church Law & Tax examines what it all means for churches.
How the pandemic has shaped the way church leaders mitigate the spread of sicknesses—and what to expect going forward.
Key legal considerations to address before offering your facility as an immunization site.
Here’s what interested church leaders the most this past year.
The latest updates and insights on the decisions that affect your congregation.
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Understanding the rights of congregants, staff, and volunteers.
Webinar hosted by Wheaton College’s Humanitarian Disaster Institute, the National Association of Evangelicals, and Church Law & Tax content editor Matthew Branaugh.
Don’t meet until you’ve consulted your local, state, and federal authorities and then follow the strictest guidelines.
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Discover if your church is prepared to share its property.
What churches should consider if they are under contract for a venue.
A medical professional and church leader explains how churches can respond safely and effectively.