The Respect for Marriage Act is a federal law that requires inter-state recognition of same-sex and interracial marriages. Despite passing with large bipartisan support, some critics argue that the act is limited and is a backstop to a potential Supreme Court Challenge. Chris Mines is joined by Will Manuel, an employment litigator and partner with Bradley. They highlight key takeaways and discuss if the act is a placeholder legislation and the impacts of Supreme Court decisions.
Watch the podcast here.