Surrogacy and parental establishment laws vary dramatically from state to state and from country to country. ...more
Today the American Bar Association ART Committee provides some 200 to 300 member ART attorneys with updates and resources to help them stay current in this rapidly changing field of law. ...
Posted in: American Bar Association, Assisted Reproductive Technology, Fertility Law, IFLG, In Vitro Fertilization, Intended Parents, Rich Vaughn, Surrogacymore
Continuing Legal Education Conference of the American Bar Association, Family Law Section, held in Southampton, Bermuda was an important opportunity for my colleagues in the fields of family law and fertility law. ...
Posted in: American Bar Association, Assisted Reproductive Technology, Family Law, Fertility Law, IFLG, Reproductive Laws, Rich Vaughnmore
In June 2013 an Ohio jury found the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Cincinnati guilty of discrimination against an unmarried computer technology teacher, Christa Dias, who became pregnant and had a child via in vitro fertilization. ...more