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Friday July 5th, 2019

Australia’s High Court Rules In Favor of Sperm Donor

In a recent blog post, we shared the story of a court battle being waged in Australia over a sperm donor’s parental rights for a now […]
Friday June 14th, 2019

Connecticut is the Latest State to Dispute the Debate over Frozen Embryos

When a couple has completed their family through in vitro fertilization they typically have embryos cryopreserved. What happens to those frozen embryos when the couple subsequently […]
Wednesday June 12th, 2019

17 Years Later a Couple Learns Their Children Were Conceived With the Wrong Sperm

When they chose to start their family and become pregnant through artificial insemination 17 years ago, a lesbian couple pored over profiles of potential sperm donors. […]
Wednesday June 5th, 2019

Parents Granted Use of Deceased Son’s Sperm to Carry on His Legacy

Recently, we shared the story of a challenge that arose out of a tragedy. When 21-year old West Point cadet Peter Zhu died unexpectedly in a […]