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January 2015

Mexican Surrogacy Boom Spawns More Damaging Headlines

Due in part to legal restrictions on surrogacy in many jurisdictions and the high cost of surrogacy and other types of assisted reproductive technology, a brisk surrogacy tourism industry has emerged. Intended parents, usually from […]

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Tax Court: Egg Donor Fees Taxable Income

The question of whether egg donor fees constitute taxable income has long been a muddy area: states have varied on their interpretations; some agencies issue 1099s to donors, some don’t; some donors claim the revenue […]

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Hollywood Reporter Looks Beyond Headlines of Celebrity Baby-Boom

Just out in the Jan. 23 issue of The Hollywood Reporter is a well-researched and informative article on assisted reproductive technology. Researchers from the publication interviewed me for the piece back in the fall, and […]

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December 2014

How Far Does German Foreign Surrogacy Decision Go?

Several questions persist in the wake of last week’s German Supreme Court ruling ordering authorities to recognize the parentage of a gay couple who had a child via surrogacy in California (see our posts here […]

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December 2014

Children Born Abroad via Surrogacy Entitled to Legal Parents, German Court Rules

In a landmark ruling released Dec. 19, Germany’s highest court essentially has paved the way for German intended parents via surrogacy to have their children recognized. Here is the best summary I have seen of […]

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