In this time of heightened awareness of security and safety issues, what's a religious meeting planner to do (or not do) to protect attendees? Where do you draw the line when it comes to due diligence? As a meeting planner, you are not obligated to guarantee anyone's safety and security — although you should strive to do so. Your minimum legal obligation is to investigate and disclose what you find. For example, you might investigate a facility's security procedures and plans and pass the ...

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