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Friday, July 11, 2014

CLE on Reproductive Technology Law & Estate Planning

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The American Bar Association is holding a CLE entitled, ART Law: The Intersection of Reproductive Technology Law with Family Law & Estate Planning, on July 23, 2014 at 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM Eastern via webinar.  Here is why you should attend:

Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) law is not the niche practice most attorneys believe it to be. Understanding ART issues is vital for family law and estate planning attorneys. Join our expert faculty for a discussion that will:

    • Create the necessary awareness for you to inquire about—and properly address—ART issues in your everyday practice

Most attorneys consider the practice of assisted reproductive technology (ART) law to be a specialized niche practice reserved for the few attorneys expert in surrogacy and gamete donation law. The reality is that most mainstream attorneys are already (or should be) practicing ART law in their otherwise routine law practices. An estimated 8.1 million U.S. citizens experience infertility and participate in some sort of assisted reproduction. These same clients populate the offices of family and estate planning attorneys with ART issues that most of those attorneys are not familiar with and of which they are not even aware. 

The risk of remaining unaware is possible malpractice. This webinar will create the necessary awareness for all family law and estate planning attorneys to inquire about—and properly address—ART issues in their everyday practices.

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