Employers' Changing Obligations in the Post-DOMA World

, New York Law Journal


Katharine Parker, Roberta Chevlowe and Laura M. Fant of Proskauer Rose write: In the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court's landmark June 26, 2013 decision in 'United States v. Windsor' striking down §3 of the Defense of Marriage Act, many questions have arisen for employers, human resources professionals, attorneys and others regarding the impact of the decision on the administration of numerous workplace policies and benefits.

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