Prior to the Supreme Court ruling holding that denying marriage licenses to gay couples was unconstitutional, there were 13 states that refused to recognize such marriages. Those states were Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, North Dakota, South Dakota, Tennessee, and Texas.
|Same-Sex Marriage Cause Still an|
Uphill Battle in Texas, Elsewhere
|Representing Pennsylvania's Workforce Since 1991|
John A. Gallagher resides in Malvern, Pa., located in Chester County. He practiced law for 5 years at a mid-sized Philadelphia firm, Harvey Pennington, before moving to the oldest form in Montgomery County, High Swartz, where his was a worked for 9 years, the last 7 during which he was a Partner.
John A. Gallagher, Employment Lawyer Helping Pennsylvania Employees Negotiate or Resolve Disputes Relating to Separation Agreements, Non-Compete Agreements and Employment Contracts
Mr. Gallagher is and employment attorney who is passionate about representing Pennsylvania employees located in Philadelphia, Norristown, West Chester, Media, Reading, Doylestown, Pottstown, King of Prussia, Downingtown, Broomall, Newtown Square, Perkasie, Armore, Wayne, Bryn Mawr and Villanova.