Religious and education issue litigators take note: the Beckett Fund and Professor Michael McConnell of Stanford Law School have filed a petition for certiori in the US Supreme Court
In the realm of child protection, the prevailing wisdom is that an organization cannot be too careful in monitoring and enforcement of boundary violations in order to keep kids safe.
The Washington State Supreme Court has been asked to consider the constitutionality of the exemptions for non-profit religious organizations in the Washington Law Against Discrimination (RCW 49.60).
As no judicial conferences are to be held until January 4 and no oral arguments until January 7, it is an appropriate time to take a quick look at some of the US Supreme Court activities to date affecting employment law and practice
The Commission on Accountability and Policy for Religious Organizations issued its first, 94-page, report to Sen. Charles Grassley.
Now that the election is over, attention is focused on Congress as it begins its “lame duck” session this week. Many of our clients are wondering how to plan, when to sell, and how to manage their estates with the fiscal cliff looming ahead.
Favorable ruling on the taxability of pre-2005 Marital Deduction Trusts (otherwise known as QTIP Trusts).
New Washington State building codes make carbon monoxide detectors a requirement for all rental property on January 1, 2013
Lauren Parris and Catherine Vuong co-authored a post for Telefini Small Business Blog
The Social Purpose Corporation allows officers and directors to make decisions that advance the corporations social values without risk of legal liability.