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3….2…..1…..Marriage Equality in Virginia

The Supreme Court of the United States today declined to hear multiple cases seeking certiorari related to the issue of Same Sex Marriage.  Wisconsin, the state where I grew up, is front and center in the decision, as are Indiana (where I clerked on the Supreme Court of Indiana), Oklahoma and Utah.  The fifth state Read More

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Theresa Mihalik Lectures on Law for Non-Lawyers

On Monday, September 29, 2014, firm principal Theresa M. Mihalik lectured at the D.C. Academy of Collaborative Professionals law discussion titled “Law for Non-Lawyers.” “Law for Non-Lawyers” is a seminar that provides Collaborative professionals from disciplines outside the law (e.g., mental health professionals, financial experts, real estate and mortgage brokers) with basic information about the Read More

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Paternity Leave

NPR ran a story last week about paternity leave, noting that very few employers provide paid paternity leave, though more fathers desire or even expect it.  The full story is available here. The District of Columbia has a strong policy in favor of children having relationships with both parents.  We see it in many areas Read More

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J.J. v. B.A., No 11-FM-1309 (D.C. Ct. App. April 18, 2013)

The ever-expanding reach of the Domestic Violence Unit made a striking, but subtle, appearance in a recent opinion from the D.C. Court of Appeals – J.J. v. B.A., No 11-FM-1309 (D.C. Ct. App. April 18, 2013). The case’s main holding is interesting in and of itself – the parties had entered into a Consent Custody Read More

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