Order Appointing Guardian Ad Litem; Granting Defendant’s Motion To Dismiss ORDER granting Plaintiff Teuscher’s 40 Motion to Appoint Guardian ad Litem _ granting Defendant CCB-NWB, LLC’s 45 Motion to Dismiss for Failure to State a Claim.

Above The Law Feb. 7 2018

Using A Turkey Baster To Have A Kid? That’s Not What It’s For! Also, It’s A Terrible Idea Legally Speaking A little money upfront with doctors and lawyers can save you a lot of heartbreak down the line. https://abovethelaw.com/2018/02/using-a-turkey-baster-to-have-a-kid-thats-not-what-its-for-also-its-a-terrible-idea-legally-speaking/?rf=1 #turkeybaster #conceptionplan

Above the Law Jan. 10, 2018

Forget Marijuana, The Biggest Legal Issue Coming Out of Colorado Is Babies In this case, the Colorado Supreme Court will decide what to do with the ‘leftover’ frozen embryos of two feuding exes. https://abovethelaw.com/2018/01/forget-marijuana-the-biggest-legal-issue-coming-out-of-colorado-is-babies/ #IVF #SurprisePregnancy

February 8th Article at Above the Law: Italy Gets Parents’ Rights Wrong Again

A baby born via surrogate in Russia to an Italian couple was taken away from his parents to be placed with a foster family because no genetic connection was made between the baby and his family (which was another problem – he was supposed to be genetically related to his father, and the Russian fertility clinic is as “surprised” as the rest of us). Read my latest article here.

September 28th Article on Above the Law: Embryos Stuck in India

In this week’s article posted at Above the Law, India’s recent strict ban on surrogacy has had many effects on families, both within the country and without. A ban is also now in place for the transfer of foreigners’ embryos to a different country, threatening the process of couples growing their families. There is no doubt that there is controversy in India over the practice of surrogacy, but there should be no argument over embryos transferred there under different laws.