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A Nearly $22 Million Verdict for Sexual Abuse Not Excessive, Affirms Federal Appeals Court Member access only

Churches should understand that a single incident of child abuse can expose a church to damages far in excess of its insurance coverage.
Best Practices for Recording Church Events and Activities

Best Practices for Recording Church Events and Activities Member access only

From worship services to children's programs and business meetings, a sound policy ensures legal compliance.
Should Our Church Agree to Host a COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic?

Should Our Church Agree to Host a COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic? Member access only

Key legal considerations to address before offering your facility as an immunization site.
How Fraud Is Detected

How Fraud Is Detected

Infographic: Management review, account reconciliation, and the other ways in which fraud is found out.
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Christian College Not Liable for Sexual Misconduct of Former Student Hired by a Church Member access only

Churches should be aware that states are divided on liability based on recommendations related to hiring.
What if Someone in Church Has the Virus?

What if Someone in Church Has the Virus?

Understanding the rights of congregants, staff, and volunteers.
How to Safely Reopen Your Church and Reduce Legal Liability

How to Safely Reopen Your Church and Reduce Legal Liability

Don’t meet until you’ve consulted your local, state, and federal authorities and then follow the strictest guidelines.
Do We Know When to Hire an Attorney?

Do We Know When to Hire an Attorney?

Take this True/False quiz to find out.
Developing a Lay Counseling Ministry

Developing a Lay Counseling Ministry

Have you created a safe, secure environment for your spiritual care ministry?
What Are the Consequences of Canceling an Off-Site Church Event?

What Are the Consequences of Canceling an Off-Site Church Event? Member access only

What churches should consider if they are under contract for a venue.
Supreme Court: Commemorative Cross on Public Land Did Not Offend the Constitution

Supreme Court: Commemorative Cross on Public Land Did Not Offend the Constitution Member access only

Bladensburg Cross may remain, both for its religious and secular purposes, majority says.

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