Religious events may appear to be relatively low-key and harmless, yet often they include all kinds of risks. These risks can appear reasonable yet still lead to litigation and, sometimes, liability. Avoiding unnecessary risk isn't enough; organizers have to manage risk. In addition to using common sense, educating attendees, providing warnings, and getting insurance, a number of tools at the planner's disposal can be used to transfer the risk. These include obtaining indemnification, ...

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