A South Carolina attorney was recently disciplined for failing to have an active email address.

Despite characterizing herself as “retired” and not having a client in thirty years, the South Carolina Disciplinary Board still found that she “poses a substantial threat of serious harm to the public and to the administration of justice” for

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On September 12th, the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court issued a ruling which barred the Montgomery County Orphan’s Court Clerk, D. Bruce Hanes, from issuing any more same-sex marriage licenses.  As an example of the near constant local and national machinations of the same-sex marriage and the aftermath of the Supreme Court’s Windsor decision, a

In a ruling issued on September 12, 2013, after considering over 500 pages of briefs filed by many “interested” parties the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court issued an injunction proscribing the issuance of marriage licenses to same sex couples in violation of a 1996 statute limiting marriage to persons of the opposite sex.

While it appears that

In a revenue ruling issued on August 29, the US Department of Treasury has announced that it will treat legally married same sex couples as qualified to file joint federal income tax returns without regard to whether their state of residence gives legal recognition to that status.  The key element is that the couple must