Five Legal Trends Affecting Churches and Ministries (Webinar)
In an ever-changing world, ministries must confront a variety of complicated issues on a regular basis. Protect your ministry by getting up to speed on the most common legal matters facing today’s churches.
Members of Brotherhood Mutual’s legal and claims teams serve as panelists, drawing on experience gained during their own ministry service and while working with the company’s client base of more than 40,000 ministries.
Original Broadcast Date: Thursday, August 22, 2013
Run Time: Approximately 1 hour 32 minutes.
What will you learn?
- How to protect your ministry while “loaning” your facility.
- Best practices for church discipline and belief-based decisions.
- The legal duties of people in ministry leadership positions.
- How a background screening program can help to safeguard your ministry.
- The importance of a church safety and security plan.
About the presenters:
C. Kay Landwehr, JD is an associate attorney at Brotherhood Mutual Insurance Company. Since joining the company in 2011, she has assisted ministries with risk management, focusing on the areas of child protection, employment law, workers’ compensation, and safety and security.
Michael Allison, JD, CPCU is vice president, chief counsel, and secretary at Brotherhood Mutual. He joined the company in 1989 as a litigation specialist. He was promoted to casualty claims manager, then assistant vice president of casualty claims. Michael was appointed vice president and chief counsel in 1997, assuming leadership of the legal and research and development departments. In 1998 he became corporate secretary.
Dave Lantz, CPCU, AIC is the vice president of claims at Brotherhood Mutual. He joined the company in 1996 as a casualty claims adjuster. Dave was named manager of casualty claims in 1998 and senior manager in 2007. He was promoted to assistant vice president in 2008 and his current position in 2010.
The information provided in this webinar is intended to be helpful, but it does not constitute legal advice and is not a substitute for the advice from a licensed attorney in your area.