Had the court of appeals decision been allowed to stand another suit probably would have been brought to address a similar situation [...]
As we reflect on another mass shooting, we find tragically that in all of the mass killings, which go back to the Oklahoma City Federal [...]
On November 21, 2014 the Texas Court of Appeals, Third District, At Austin in Cause No. 03-13-00077-CV issued its decision in a case [...]
This blog is an update to our previously posted blog outlining the current case in Texas regarding the Right to Diagnose for Texas MFT’s.
Universities and colleges throughout the country, and programs within these institutions, seek accreditation or other approval from [...]
… A suggestion was made for me to write about a case where Eastern Michigan University (a public institution) dismissed a Christian [...]
Suppose that the counseling student did not seek to refer, but instead agreed to treat the individual or the couple. What disclosures, [...]