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Recent Articles & Resources

In April 2017, the 7th Circuit became the first federal appeals court to conclude that Title VII provides protection against discrimination based on sexual orientation. Learn more in this informative look at the Court’s opinion.

This post is the second of a two part series on how to request attorney fees at the Colorado Court of Appeals, exploring the common legal bases for an appellate attorney fee award.

What are acceptable questions for pre-screening questionnaires? In this post, Dr. Brent Lindquist raises this and other issues for Theresa to answer.

To define a contract, you must understand its elements: offer, acceptance, and consideration. A contract can be verbal or even written in an email, but there could be problems with proving the contract.

This post is the first of a three-part discussion of when to file a cert petition, looking at how to evaluate factors that may it more likely for cert to be granted, as well as the strategy of filing for cert.

A federal judge in Texas has granted a nationwide injunction that temporarily halts the new federal overtime rule change that was set to go into effect on December 1st. This ruling is big news for many ministries.

Can you tell when you, or a colleague, or an employee needs additional help, such as counseling? Here are a couple of ways to tell—but could they have implications in the workplace?

A multi-chapter resource by Theresa Lynn Sidebotham, Esq. and Dr. Brent Lindquist about the issue of risk management and the vulnerability of missions for where their people are, and what they do.

In this three-part series, we’ll explore some of the pros and cons of handling the appeal yourself as trial counsel, handing the case over to appellate counsel, and whether there is any better solution.

The point of this recent case is that Title VII does not cover sexual orientation discrimination, but the court wishes that it did.