Religious Beliefs and Speech

The international targeting of faith-based organizations (FBOs) is not new, but the rising threat of violence against FBOs in America is an emerging and troubling trend.

Criminal opportunists are getting more creative in their scamming techniques. Organization leaders should know what to do if their organization becomes the target of a scam.

Is your organization’s website accessible to persons with disabilities? If not, you may be putting your organization at risk. Assess your organization’s risk of being targeted as non-compliant.

Federal law prohibits religious discrimination in the workplace. What is religious discrimination and how can an employer avoid creating problems?

Religious freedom in business: last month, the United Kingdom Supreme Court ruled in favor of a Christian-owned bakery that declined to bake a cake promoting same-sex marriage. 

In re Episcopal School of Dallas is a recent Texas court case affirming a faith-based school’s right to manage its internal affairs according to its beliefs, including its discipline decisions.

In a guest post from the Wagenmaker & Oberly LLC Blog by Sally Wagenmaker, Jon Hwang, and Ryan Oberly, they investigate just how much (or little) the government is allowed to control churches in and out of election seasons.

The latest Tenth Circuit case on religious accommodations in the workplace discusses the give and take of religious accommodations, and clarifies the level of effort employers need to make.

This post discusses new guidance by the Trump Administration on protecting religious freedom and the current status of the HHS Mandate.

A recent Ninth Circuit case examines First Amendment challenges for government employees in the context of a football coach’s practice of praying publicly on the 50-yard line after games.