Another Great Article written by Mariam Morshedi for Subscript Law.
“States are implementing new voting policies in light of the pandemic, increasing the opportunities for people to vote by mail, or by absentee voting.
Another great article provided by Scubscriplaw written by Meghan Drost, a Senior Associate with Wilkenfeld, Herendeen & Atkinson in Washington, DC. Full Infographic here.
“Yesterday the Supreme Court made a major ruling in favor of gay and transgender individuals.
A group of energy companies has set out to build a large natural gas pipeline along the mid-Atlantic region.
They say it will strengthen the economy, lower energy costs, and bring cleaner electricity to Virginia and North Carolina.
Getting married is one of the happiest times in a person’s life. It’s the start of a new chapter and the opportunity to spend the rest of your life with the person you love. Not every marriage has a happy ending though.
Up until a few months ago, New York City restricted gun owners from traveling with their handguns to anywhere other than one of several authorized gun ranges in the city. The City allowed a few limited exceptions for taking the gun elsewhere, like to a gunsmith or to hunt just outside of the City, but the licensee would have to get written permission from the Police Department.
If your marriage has come to an end, it may be very difficult for you to have a productive conversation with your spouse about your upcoming divorce. That’s why it’s so important to meet with a divorce mediator.
The Second Amendment gives the right “of the people to keep and bear arms.” The exact text is written in 18th-century lingo, so it’s hard to say how we’d word it today, but it contains some language that could qualify the right and make it applicable to only people serving in a state military.