Above The Law, March 20, 2019

Surprise! The DNA Test Revealed That Your Mom’s Fertility Doctor Is Your Father Don’t take the home DNA test unless you want to face some hard truths. https://abovethelaw.com/2019/03/surprise-the-dna-test-revealed-that-your-moms-fertility-doctor-is-your-father/

Above The Law, March 13, 2019

All The Smart, Good-Looking Attorneys Need To Sign This Form Lately, it’s becoming more common to hear stories where the wife of a man who died too young wants to preserve his sperm in order to have a child. It’s not just spouses, of course. Sometimes it’s a fiancée or other significant other. Or the deceased is a woman and loved ones are requesting her eggs […] https://abovethelaw.com/2019/03/all-the-smart-good-looking-attorneys-need-to-sign-this-form/

Above The Law, March 6, 2019

Virginia May Become A Little Less Discriminatory, But It’s Still In The Yellow Zone Many of the significant issues with the statute remain. https://abovethelaw.com/2019/03/virginia-may-become-a-little-less-discriminatory-but-its-still-in-the-yellow-zone/

Above The Law, February 27, 2019

Court Rules 2-Year-Old Can Be A U.S. Citizen… Just Like His Twin Brother Could it be? A happy ending for when unfortunate U.S. immigration policy and assisted reproductive technology collide? https://abovethelaw.com/2019/02/court-rules-2-year-old-cabe-a-u-s-n-citizen-just-like-his-twin-brother/

Above The Law, February 20, 2019

Are Embryos People? The Supreme Court May Decide. Columnist Ellen Trachman’s prediction is that this petition won’t be granted — and that’s good for assisted reproductive technology. https://abovethelaw.com/2019/02/are-embryos-people-the-supreme-court-may-decide/

Above The Law, February 13, 2019

Having A Baby Could Become A Little Easier In A Certain Maple-Syrup Loving State This state is vying to become the next to provide support to residents facing infertility. https://abovethelaw.com/2019/02/having-a-baby-could-become-a-little-easier-in-a-certain-maple-syrup-loving-state/

Above The Law, February 6, 2019

Beware Of The Home DNA Kit! You May Find Yourself Being Sued By A Sperm Bank The mother of a child conceived with donor sperm received a cease-and-desist letter after contacting the donor’s relative found through a home DNA test. https://abovethelaw.com/2019/02/beware-of-the-home-dna-kit-you-may-find-yourself-being-sued-by-a-sperm-bank/

Above The Law, January 30, 2019

Court Awards Damages To Go Do Something Illegal — To Pursue Compensated Surrogacy In A Country Where It Is Permitted Even countries that struggle with aspects of surrogacy recognize its legitimacy and need. https://abovethelaw.com/2019/01/court-awards-damages-to-go-do-something-illegal-to-pursue-compensated-surrogacy-in-a-country-where-it-is-permitted/

Above The Law, January 23, 2019

Epic Battle Rages On In Embryo Destruction Lawsuits Unsurprisingly, lawsuits against the clinics have flooded in, with numerous legal theories being advanced in order to establish liability. https://abovethelaw.com/2019/01/epic-battle-rages-on-in-embryo-destruction-lawsuits/