A column highlighting recent court decisions affecting the assisted reproductive technologies and the families they create, written by Susan L. Crockin, J.D. and guest authors who offer unique perspectives and expertise on significant legal topics.
Jan 30, 2023
The day before the Dobbs decision, the Colorado Court of Appeals ruled on a divorcing couple’s disputed control over their frozen embryos
Jul 21, 2022
Consistent with the mission of this column since its inception to explain complex court rulings and statutory enactments and their potential impact on ART providers and patients, below is a summary of the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling and various opinions in Dobbs v. Jackson Mississippi Women’s Health, and several of the legal and factual concerns it may raise for the ART community.
Feb 17, 2022
Stories: Canadian Class Action Lawsuit for Fertility Fraud Against MD Settled for $13.375m; Japanese woman places baby for adoption and sues “sperm donor” after learning of misrepresentations ; Belgium Court Finds Hospital Liable to Family in “Savior Sibling” Embryo Mix-Up; International Surrogacy Updates