Commandments: Law and Religion Blog
Carefully following best investigative practices can help avoid harming people and avoid costly litigation.
Part one discusses how organizations operating abroad should be wary of possible gaps in insurance coverage. Avoiding those gaps is essential to the continued health of your ministry.
Gender dysphoria is now considered a disability under the Americans with Disabilities Act and employers should be aware not to discriminate.
Two recent decisions from federal appellate courts clarify the scope of the First Amendment’s protections for religious employers and provide some practical guidance.
Preventing and responding to sexual abuse is a major issue for churches and ministries. This article discusses the various ways in which attorneys can help organizations prevent and respond to abuse and discusses what ministries should expect from their attorneys.
A recent decision from the U.S. Supreme Court involving a religious display in Boston may impact religious liberty and faith-based organizations, by way of free speech and religious expression.
In March of 2022, Christianity Today sadly announced that they “fell short of protecting our employees” when reports of sexual harassment were confirmed. However, this misfortune provides a unique opportunity for ministries and other organizations to unpack what went wrong and examine, “What we can learn from their mistakes?”
The U.S. Dept. of Education dismissed a sex discrimination complaint against BYU after the school dropped the prohibition of same-sex relationships from its Honor Code, but continued to ban them as a policy.
A court dismissed on religious grounds Plaintiffs’ action against a religious school for violating Title IX, brought when the school expelled them for being in a same sex marriage.
Two new Colorado laws taking effect in 2022 create major reforms in sexual abuse litigation. We discuss these new laws and what they mean for abuse victims as well as organizations that work with children.