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The Colorado Supreme Court recently struck down a law that allows sex abuse victims to retroactively sue organizations for decades-old allegations. But the law still applies prospectively, and Colorado ministries should be aware of its many implications.

A recent ruling by the National Labor Relations Board makes it harder for organizations to demonstrate that their workers are independent contractors rather than employees.

Colorado’s legislature updates the Equal Pay for Equal Work Act to address ambiguities and discrepancies in compliance. This article updates employers on how to comply.

A recent ruling by the National Labor Relations Board changes how employers may discipline or fire workers for misconduct when they are protesting.

In Part 4 of this series, we will look at restrictions on political activities and on benefiting from nonprofits (private benefit and private inurement), and how to avoid getting into trouble with the IRS on those issues.

In Part 3 of this series, we discuss the different categories of nonprofit organizations that the IRS recognizes as tax-exempt under Section 501(c)(3).

In this post, we discuss important initial steps in the nonprofit formation process, including selecting directors and officers, preparing your organization’s governing documents, and formalizing your organization on the state level.

Employment Practices Liability Insurance (EPLI) protects employers from risks associated with how employees are managed. Employers should not assume they are covered under their general liability insurance policy.

This review of the book "When Narcissism Comes to Church," by Chuck DeGroat, discusses how leaders can reflect on narcissistic tendencies both within themselves and their congregation as a whole, and provides hope for healing.

A recent ruling by the National Labor Relations Board is changing how employers may write their confidentiality and non-disparagement agreements.