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A federal judge in Philadelphia has placed a closely-watched case involving the constitutionality of the Defense of Marriage Act and the survivors of a deceased Cozen O'Connor partner on the suspense
...filed an interpleader action asking the court to have Tobits and the Farleys decide for themselves who should get the benefits. The Farleys argued they...
The number of interested parties in the same-sex marriage benefits dispute involving a deceased Cozen O'Connor partner continues to grow as a Congressional committee seeks to defend the Defense of Ma
The number of interested parties in the same-sex marriage benefits dispute involving a deceased Cozen O'Connor partner continues to grow as a congressional committee seeks to defend the Defense of Ma
A federal judge overseeing a dispute over death benefits between the parents and wife of a deceased Cozen O'Connor partner has requested the parties brief the constitutional question of same-sex marr
...state law applies. On Aug. 23, the day after the Farleys filed a motion to dismiss Tobits' cross-claims against them, Tobits filed...
...from the National Center for Lesbian Rights in San Francisco and the Farleys hiring an attorney from Harrisburg-based Independence Law Center and lawyers from...
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