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vii, 280 p. ; 24 cm.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
122 p. ; 23 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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xv, 219 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Revisiting the regulation of human fertilisation and embryology / Kirsty Horsey
  • From need "for a father" to need "for supportive parenting" : changing conceptualisations of the welfare of the child following assisted reproductive technology in the United kingdom / Eric Blyth
  • The law and DIY assisted conception / Emily Jackson
  • Prisoners' access to fertility services / Helen Codd
  • Thinking outside the (egg) box : egg-share agreements, cord blood and "benefits-in-kind" / Karen Devine
  • PGD past, present and future : is the HFE Act 1990 now "fit for purpose"? / Jeanne Snelling and Colin Gavaghan
  • The "three parent" misnomer : mitochondrial DNA transfer under the HFE act / Laura Riley
  • The fertility treatment time forgot : what should be done about surrogacy in the UK? / Kirsty Horsey and Katia Neofytou
  • Access to genetic and biographical history in donor conception : an analysis of recent trends and future possibilities / Eric Blyth and Lucy Frith
  • Compensating reproductive harms in the regulation of twenty-first century assisted conception / Antony Blackburn-Starza
  • "A less than perfect law" : the unfulfilled promise of Canada's Assisted Human Reproduction Act / Pamela White
  • The regulation of PGD for medical sex selection and the gendering of disability in the UK and Australia / Isabel Karpin
  • New wine in old bottles and old wine in new bottles : the judicial response to international commercial surrogacy in the UK and Australia / Anita Stuhmcke.
The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 2008 was a major update to the UK's laws on the use and regulation of reproductive technology and assisted reproduction. Since the enactment of the new law, the sector's regulatory body, the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA), has also consulted on various related topics including barriers to egg and sperm donation in the UK, multiple births/single embryo transfer and using IVF technology to prevent mitochondrial disease. This book critically considers recent developments in human fertilisation legislation, asking whether the 2008 Act has achieved its stated aim of being fit for purpose. Bringing together a range of international experts, the book evaluates the fresh risks and challenges emerging from both established and existing technologies and techniques in the field of human fertilisation and embryology, as well as offering valuable insights into the social and regulatory challenges that lie ahead. Key topics include problems with DIY assisted conception; the lack of reform in respect of the regulation of surrogacy arrangements; and mitochondrial DNA transfer. As a review of the status of assisted reproduction legislation, this book will be of great use and interest to students, researchers and practitioners in medical law, bioethics, medicine and child welfare.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138021891 20160618
Law Library (Crown)
Book
xii, 411 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Embryo litigation
  • Access to ART treatment : insurance and discrimination
  • General professional liability litigation
  • Paternity and sperm donation
  • Maternity and egg donation
  • Traditional and gestational surrogacy arrangements
  • Posthumous reproduction : access and parentage
  • Same-sex parentage and ART
  • Genetics (PGD) and ART
  • ART-related embryonic stem cell legal developments
  • ART-related adoption litigation
  • ART-related fetal litigation and abortion-related litigation.
Co-written by two medical and legal pioneers in the field, this book comprehensively reviews and analyzes the evolving law and policy issues surrounding assisted reproductive technologies. The book opens with a legal primer and timelines sketching the medical and legal touchstones in the history of reproductive technology and law. Each chapter provides a case-by-case discussion of the relevant law, as well as cogent medical and legal commentary and analysis on a particular substantive area. Chapter topics deal with a vast array of issues, including artificial insemination, sperm and egg donation, traditional and gestational surrogacy, posthumous reproduction, same-sex parentage, genetics, cryopreservation and embryo litigation, discrimination and access to reproductive care, professional liability, stem cell research, and abortion. Dr. Howard W. Jones, Jr., founder of the first in vitro fertilization program in the United States, offers medical commentary; attorney Susan L. Crockin, author of the column "Legally Speaking" in ASRM News (American Society for Reproductive Medicine), provides legal analysis. In discussing the medical and legal arguments surrounding these issues, Crockin and Jones reveal what has gone right and what at times has gone terribly wrong for both the families and the professionals involved. They make clear that technological advancements have far outpaced the laws and policies in place to protect all who use them.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780801893889 20160528
Law Library (Crown)
Book
xii, 411 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Embryo litigation
  • Access to ART treatment : insurance and discrimination
  • General professional liability litigation
  • Paternity and donor insemination
  • Maternity and egg donation
  • Traditional and gestational surrogacy arrangements
  • Posthumous reproduction : access and parentage
  • Same-sex parentage and ART
  • Genetics (PGD) and ART
  • ART-related embryonic stem cell legal developments
  • ART-related adoption litigation
  • ART-related fetal litigation and abortion-related litigation.
Co-written by two medical and legal pioneers in the field, this book comprehensively reviews and analyzes the evolving law and policy issues surrounding assisted reproductive technologies. The book opens with a legal primer and timelines sketching the medical and legal touchstones in the history of reproductive technology and law. Each chapter provides a case-by-case discussion of the relevant law, as well as cogent medical and legal commentary and analysis on a particular substantive area. Chapter topics deal with a vast array of issues, including artificial insemination, sperm and egg donation, traditional and gestational surrogacy, posthumous reproduction, same-sex parentage, genetics, cryopreservation and embryo litigation, discrimination and access to reproductive care, professional liability, stem cell research, and abortion. Dr. Howard W. Jones, Jr., founder of the first in vitro fertilization program in the United States, offers medical commentary; attorney Susan L. Crockin, author of the column "Legally Speaking" in ASRM News (American Society for Reproductive Medicine), provides legal analysis. In discussing the medical and legal arguments surrounding these issues, Crockin and Jones reveal what has gone right and what at times has gone terribly wrong for both the families and the professionals involved. They make clear that technological advancements have far outpaced the laws and policies in place to protect all who use them.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780801893889 20160528
Green Library
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x pages, pages 757-968 ; 26 cm
  • Introduction. Medical and legal advances in fertility preservation / Brittany Ann Heitz
  • Oncofertility : preservation of reproductive potential / Ina N. Cholst
  • The social context of oncofertility / Dorothy E. Roberts
  • Be fruitful and multiply, by other means, if necessary : the time has come to recognize and enforce gestational surrogacy agreements / Paul G. Arshagouni.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
176 pages ; 23 cm
  • Symposium: Assisted human reproduction and the Constitution. Assisted human reproduction and the Constitution : introduction and background to the four-part commentary / Thomas Posyniak
  • Federalism analysis and the Charter / Mark Carter
  • Changing division of powers doctrine and the emergent principle of subsidiarity / Dwight Newman
  • Federal health legislation and the Assisted Human Reproduction Act Reference / Barbara von Tigerstrom
  • Federalism and moral regulation : a comment on Reference Re Assisted Human Reproduction Act / John D. Whyte
  • Articles. The camera and the colony : a comment on Alberta v. Hutterian Brethren of Wilson Colony / Marshall Haughey
  • Has the dust finally settled? : restricted farm losses post-Moldowan / Tamara Larre
  • Privacy by the wayside : the new information superhighway, data privacy, and the deployment of intelligent transportation systems / Teresa Scassa, Jennifer A. Chandler & Elizabeth F. Judge.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
viii, 305 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • La salute riproduttiva nel mondo / di A.M. Mattei, M. Dedè, V. Pignanelli e R. Ranieri
  • La procreazione medicalmente assistita tra legge, Corte constituzionale, giurisprudenza di merito e prassi medica / di Michele Sesta
  • Il contratto di procreazione medicalmente assistita : alcuni aspetti problematici / di Eugenio Mandrioli
  • Procreazione assistita : rapporti genitoriali e di famiglia / di Maria Costanza
  • Procreazione assistita e status filiationis / di Chiara Cavajoni
  • La procreazione eterologa : poche norme, molti interrogativi / di Francesco Borrello
  • Il problema della soggettività del concepito a cinque anni della legge sulla procreazione assistita / di Franceso Donato Busnelli
  • Il problema degli embrioni redidui / di Francesco Capoluongo
  • La diagnosi preimpianto dell'embrione : problemi interpretativi e responsabilità / di Silvia Della Bella
  • Procreazione medicalmente assistita e reponsabilità del medico / di Concetta Parrinello
  • Intervento di procreazione medicalmente assistita, danno e reponsabilità della struttura sanitaria / di Laura Castelli.
Green Library
Book
p. 401-753 ; 26 cm.
  • Foreword / Mary Patricia Byrn
  • Great Britain's National Health Service and assisted reproduction / Joan Mahoney
  • Access denied : assisted reproductive technology services and the resurrection of Hill-Burton / Susan B. Apel
  • Dead dads : thawing an heir from the freezer / Charles P. Kindregan, Jr.
  • "Mama's baby, Daddy's maybe" : a state-by-state survey of surrogacy laws and their disparate gender impact / Darra L. Hofman
  • What happens to embryos when a marriage dissolves? Embryo disposition and divorce / Theresa M. Erickson, Megan T. Erickson
  • The disposition of cryopreserved embryos : why embryo adoption is an inapposite model for application to third-party assisted reproduction / Elizabeth E. Swire Falker
  • The legacy of the 9/11 Fund and the Minnesota I-35W Bridge-Collapse Fund : creating a template for compensating victims of future mass-tort catastrophes / Mike Steenson, Joseph Michael Sayler
  • Property : double-wide refusal of First Amendment principles : the limits of freedom of expression in manufactured home parks : All Parks Alliance for Change v. Uniprop Manufactured Housing Communities Income Fund / James D. Swendsen
  • Contracts : the war against words : when contract interpretation impedes judicial goals : Lee v. Fresenius Medical Care, Inc. / Jayce R. Lesniewski
  • Criminal law : fly-by-night law enforcement : the Minnesota Supreme Court considers the Fourth Amendment as a separate and independent basis of suppression for a statutorily invalid nighttime search in State v. Jackson / Nathan D. Haynor
  • Civil procedure : reviving mutuality : restricting the application of defensive collateral estoppel in Minnesota DWI proceedings : State v. Lemmer / Wyatt Partridge
  • Torts : in the absence of parents : expanding liability for caretaker's failure to protect minors from third-party harm : Bjerke v. Johnson / Calista Menzhuber.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
p. 1457-1798 : ill. ; 26 cm.
  • Equal liberty : assisted reproductive technology and reproductive equality / Radhika Rao
  • Assisting reproduction, choosing genes, and the scope of reproductive freedom / John A. Robertson
  • The "repugnance" lens of Gonzales v. Carhart and other theories of reproductive rights : evaluating advanced reproductive technologies / Sonia M. Suter
  • From double standard to double bind : informed choice in abortion law / Rebecca Dresser
  • Regulating reproduction / Marsha Garrison
  • Prosecuting the womb / Michele Goodwin
  • If I say "yes" to regulation today, will you still respect me in the morning? / June Carbone
  • Deliberation across the cultural divide : assessing the potential for reconciling conflicting cultural orientations to reproductive technology / John Gastil, Justin Reedy, Donald Braman, Dan M. Kahan.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
362 p., ; 26 cm.
  • De-regulating and de-criminalizing innovations in human reproduction / Gregory Pence
  • Crossing bodies, crossing borders : international surrogacy between the United States and India / Usha Rengachary Smerdon
  • Sold into adoption : the human baby trafficking scandal exposes vulnerabilities in Chinese adoptions to the United States / Patricia J. Meier, Xiaole Zhang
  • Inside story of an adoption scandal / Arun Dohle
  • The civil war is a war of religion : a cautionary tale of enslavement and emancipation / David M. Smolin.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
ix, 262 p. ; 24 cm.
From the advent of the Pill to in vitro fertilization, from Roe v. Wade to the Freedom of Choice movement, the reproductive rights of women have always been a highly volatile, hotly debated subject. Reproductive Rights and Technology addresses this important and emotionally charged issue. As with the other titles in the Library in a Book series, it provides a historical overview, reference resource, and research guide that can be useful not only to students, teachers, and librarians but also to journalists, media people, and members of the public interested in the impact that this issue has on our society. This volume examines reproductive issues from a wide variety of perspectives and disciplines - including science, technology, history, economics, politics, social attitudes, religion, and philosophy. Readers will also discover the range of reproductive technologies currently available, how their development has been affected by people's beliefs and values, and the circumstances under which these techniques are made available. This addition to the critically acclaimed Library in a Book series will be of great use to everyone concerned with the issues of reproduction, childbearing, and women's rights.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780816045464 20160528
Law Library (Crown)
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viii, 229 p. ; 25 cm.
  • Introduction to the biological present and the biological future-- artificial insemination - its role in the scheme of reproduction-- dramatis personae - general rights and duties-- some legal issues and problems-- baby selling and surrogate motherhood-- religion and morality in the creation of the new family-- related legal liability matters-- international aspects of the creation of the new family-- governmental regulation and the new family-- forms, contracts and statutes-- the creation of the new family.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780899306353 20160528
In dealing with recent advances in biological engineering and human reproduction, we are confronted with legal, ethical and religious questions for which there are no precedents. Warren Freedman undertakes a comprehensive examination of this topic. Sorting through the tangle of issues surrounding artifical insemination, surrogate motherhood, and other aspects of contemporary reproduction trends, Freedman attempts to clarify the rights and responsibilities of individuals, families, and society in the face of these new developments. The author begins with a survey of the legal implications of nontraditional approaches to conception and birth. Separate chapters are devoted to artificial insemination and surrogate motherhood; and new concepts such as cryo-preservation, in-vitro fertilization, banking of sperms and eggs, and patentable new organisms are also discussed in detail. The author addresses questions of rights and liabilities as they apply to foetuses, donors, and adoptive parents, as well as the role of physicians and parenthood organizations, researchers, corporations, and government. Following a review of existing statutes, policies, and contracts that attempt to deal with these issues both here and abroad, he presents proposals that may aid in achieving equitable, uniform solutions. Freedmans's book will be of interest to any citizen, group, or government agency concerned with these vital questions, and to professionals in law, government, medicine, human services, and industry.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780899306353 20160528
Law Library (Crown)
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1 online resource (886 pages) : illustrations.
Book
xii, 240 pages ; 22 cm
  • Children of the future
  • Sperm
  • Eggs
  • Embryos
  • Wombs
  • Families
  • The rights of the child.
Millions of children have been born in the United States with the help of cutting-edge reproductive technologies, much to the delight of their parents. But alarmingly, scarce attention has been paid to the lax regulations that have made the U.S. a major fertility tourism destination. And without clear protections, the unique rights and needs of the children of assisted reproduction are often ignored. This book is the first to consider the voice of the child in discussions about regulating the fertility industry. The controversies are many. Donor anonymity is preventing millions of children from knowing their genetic origins. Fertility clinics are marketing genetically enhanced babies. Career women are saving their eggs for later in life. And Third World women are renting their wombs to the rich. Meanwhile, the unregulated fertility market charges forward as a multi-billion-dollar industry. This deeply-considered book offers answers to the urgent question: Who will protect our babies of technology?
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780300215878 20170502
Law Library (Crown)
Book
234 pages ; 23 cm
  • Introduction
  • American marriages yesterday
  • How marriage became optional : cohabitation, gay marriage, and the continuing role of gender
  • Luxury goods : the well-being of families
  • The children of Baby M : alternative reproductive technologies and the remaking of contemporary families
  • Parenthood in the 21st century : the evolving functional norms
  • Unsafe havens, unplanned children, and future generations
  • The uses of the law for contemporary families
  • Conclusion: Echoes in a canyon.
The rise in divorce, cohabitation, single parenthood, and same-sex partnerships, along with an increase in surrogacy, adoption, and assisted reproductive technologies, has led to many diverse configurations of families, or intimate associations. J. Herbie DiFonzo and Ruth C. Stern chart these trends over the past several decades and investigate their social, legal, and economic implications. Drawing upon a wealth of social science data, they show that, by a number of measures, children of married parents fare better than children in a household formed by cohabiting adults. This is not to condemn nontraditional families, but to point out that society and the law do not yet adequately provide for their needs. The authors applaud the ways in which courts and legislatures are beginning to replace rigid concepts of marriage and parenthood with the more flexible concept of "functional" family roles. In the conclusion, they call for a legal system that can adapt to the continually changing reality of family life.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780472035380 20160619
Law Library (Crown)
Book
602 p. ; 25 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Book
x, 118 pages ; 26 cm
  • Medical implications
  • Psychological implications : wrapping your mind around ART
  • Financial implications of ART
  • Legal implications of ART
  • The surrogacy process
  • International ART : crossing the sea to start a family
  • Introduction to egg, sperm, and embryo donation
  • ART resources.
"For some hopeful parents, traditional methods of conception and carrying a pregnancy are simply not an option. For these parents, assisted reproductive technology (ART) provides a mechanism to achieve pregnancy and birth, whether through assisted insemination, in vitro fertilization, or gestational carriers. [This book] explains the available ART options; the process for choosing a medical provider and legal representative; understanding and entering into appropriate agreements; and the unique issues that may arise pre-and post-birth. Written by attorney Jeffrey Kasky who has operated a surrogacy service for several years, the book will help to demystify the technology and give consumers the confidence and knowledge they need to achieve their goal of parentage through ART."-- Back cover.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
386 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Foreword : blood ties, bioethics, and the bright-line of the law / Lesley A. Sharp
  • The impact of biomedicine on parenthood in Germany or the obssession of the biological truth / Françoise Furkel
  • The impact of biomedicine on parenthood : the discrepancy between assisted reproductive technology and the establishment of parentage in Belgian law / Geneviève Schamps
  • The impact of medicine on parenthood and sexual identity in Spain / Javier Nanclares Valle, Verónica San Julián Puig
  • The impact of biomedicine on parentage in French law : reconceiving parentage / Francis Kernaleguen
  • Assisted reproductive technology : forcing a rethink of parenthood in Greek law / Penelope Agallopoulou
  • Reconciling traditional families with in vitro assistance : the Hungarian legal framework on kinship in the light of biomedical intervention / Judit Sándor
  • Changing conceptions of parenthood in English law / Thérèse Callus
  • Swiss law in the area of the individualisation of parenthood / Dominique Manaï
  • The limited impact of biomedicine on parenthood in Tunisia / Amel Aouij-mrad
  • Biomedicine and parenthood in Turkish law / Saibe Oktay-Özdemir, Gülen Sinem Tek
  • Biomedicine and parentage law in Canada : between boldness and restraint / Dominique Goubau
  • The Wild West of Parentage Determination : Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART) in the USA / Marsha Garrison
  • Biomedicine as a source of plurality of family forms in Brazil / Maria-Claudia Crespo-Brauner, Anderson Cavalcante Lobato
  • Biomedicine and parentage in Chile / Carmen Domínguez Hidalgo
  • Impact of the development of medically assisted reproduction on the law of parentage in Japan / Shinichiro Hayakawa
  • The impact of assisted reproductive technology on parenthood : reflections from China and Taiwan / Yao-Ming Hsu
  • The role of the family : an economist's perspective / Pierre-André Chiappori
  • The challenges of the new reproductive technologies : how kinship enters politics / Jean-Hugues Déchaux
  • The contested terrain of surrogate motherhood / Kristina Orfali
  • The anthropological issue of motherhood surrogacy / David Le Breton
  • What does it mean to be a mother in this age of assisted reproductive technology? / Pierre Le Coz.
What does it mean to be a parent? This question from C. Levi-Strauss is at the heart of this international and multidisciplinary study analysing the upheavals to legal family ties currently being brought about by biomedicine.
Law Library (Crown)

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