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Upcoming Events: Seminars and Webinars

• February 21, 2018 - Beyond Secure Check-in: Child and Youth Safety Best Practices

• April 27, 2018 - You Be the Investigator: Teaching and Table-Top on Running an Internal HR Investigation

• June 22-23, 2018 - MK Harm: Legal Issues and Psychoeducational and Spiritual Needs

• August 15, 2018 - Covering the Bases: The Role of Insurance in Protecting your Ministry

• October 17, 2018 - Stewarding Human Resources: An Employment Law Primer for Churches

• December 5, 2018 - Is it Time to Amend the Bylaws? Navigating Legal Issues in Church Governance

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About Telios Law

Telios Law is a Colorado law firm serving religious ministries, individuals, and businesses across the Front Range and beyond, including internationally, representing them in complex situations, litigation, appeals, and alternatives to litigation.

Our firm name reflects our approach to legal practice. “Telios” means “complete, perfect, or whole," and it is related to the word for finishing or completing. “Telios” defines successful results in terms of being complete, whole, or mature. Excellent legal work is important, but wasted unless it makes your business, personal life, or ministry more whole and helps you achieve your vision more perfectly. Legal services are expensive, and legal conflict has high costs financially and otherwise. Telios Law helps you consider whether legal solutions help bring completeness in your business, ministry, or personal life, and which legal solutions are likely to reach your desired end.

Telios Law’s religious organizations and secular corporate practice ranges from advising on legal and policy issues—with a special emphasis on First Amendment policies, international law, crisis management, child protection policies and practices, and employment—to assisting with internal investigations, business disputes, and litigation defense. Our business litigation practice includes appellate law, usually as appellate co-counsel with other attorneys who have served as trial counsel. Through our civil rights litigation practice, Telios Law also advocates for equal opportunities for individuals with disabilities, assists children and families with special needs, and holds the government accountable when individual rights are infringed.

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