As the issues that plague the world make their way into churches, more and more ministry leaders are taking steps to protect their people, property, and ministries. During this session, we'll share legal perspective and practical, ministry-focused solutions for addressing various issues ministries face today.
Protecting the Flock: Active shooter situations, disruptive people, concealed carry in the church, medical emergencies, service animals, AEDs, etc.
Protecting Ministry Assets & Information: Cybersecurity, document retention, corporate structure, tax ramifications, etc.
Protecting Ministry Reputation & Future: Responding to media inquiries, challenges to tax-exempt status, employment and volunteer issues, etc.
Date: October 24, 2019
Time: 9:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. (Registration begins at 9 a.m.)
Location: Twin Lakes Baptist Church
Address: 5700 Vegas Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89108
Lunch is provided.
Meet the Speakers
Steve Case, JD, CPCU
Assistant Vice President, Senior Corporate Counsel; Brotherhood Mutual
Steve Case joined Brotherhood Mutual Insurance Company as an associate attorney in 2014 and was elevated to associate corporate counsel in 2016 before assuming his current role. As senior corporate counsel, he oversees the day-to-day operations of the legal department.
After receiving his bachelor’s degree from Manchester University, Steve received his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Toledo College of Law in 2010 and received his CPCU designation in 2017. Prior to joining Brotherhood Mutual, he worked in insurance defense litigation. Steve attends The Pointe Church in Fort Wayne, where he serves as the Growth Group director.
Kyle Johnson, JD
Associate Attorney; Brotherhood Mutual
Kyle is an Associate Attorney at Brotherhood Mutual Insurance Company. He assists ministries with risk management, focusing on child protection, worker screening, faith-based decisions, and church governance. Kyle received his Juris Doctorate from Indiana University’s Robert H. McKinney School of Law and is licensed by the Indiana Supreme Court. Prior to joining Brotherhood Mutual, he worked primarily in the child welfare system as a public defender for juveniles.