|Darby v. Orr|
|Full name||James Darby, et al. v. David Orr|
|Plaintiffs||James Darby, ..., Tanya Lazaro, ...|
|Defendants||David Orr, in his official capacity as Cook County Clerk|
|Intervenors||State of Illinois, ex rel. Lisa Madigan, Attorney General of Illinois; Christie Webb, in her official capacity as Tazewell County Clerk; Kerry Hirtzel, in his official capacity as Effingham County Clerk; Daniel S. Kuhn, in his official capacity as Putnam County Clerk; Patricia Lycan, in her official capacity as Crawford County Clerk; and Brenda Britton, in her official capacity as Clay County Clerk|
|Court||Circuit Court of Cook County, Chancery Department|
|Current status||Some plaintiff claims dismissed, others going forward|
Darby v. Orr and Lazaro v. Orr are Illinois court cases challenging the Illinois laws which prevent same-sex couples from marrying.