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A Context and Practice Global Case File: Rossi v. Bryce, An International Embryo and Surrogacy Dispute


A Context and Practice Global Case File: <em>Rossi v. Bryce</em>, An International Embryo and Surrogacy Dispute book jacket View Table of Contents and Introductory Material
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A Context and Practice Global Case File: Rossi v. Bryce, An International Embryo and Surrogacy Dispute

by Olivia M. Farrar

2017 $24.00 156 pp paper

Tags: Context and Practice Series, Family Law, International Law

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This international embryo and surrogacy dispute raises constitutional issues and international conflicts of law. The Maltese ex-wife has sued to be allowed to use the parties’ embryos that they created during their marriage: using the embryos, she wants to create children via a surrogate. The parties’ IVF contract specified she would have control of any embryos, but the U.S. ex-husband won an injunction barring her access to the embryos. This case file is their appeal. Each party is arguing their constitutional right to be or to not be a parent is at stake in the case. The ex-husband further argues that the surrogacy required to create children from the embryos would be a crime under DC law [where the embryos are located] as well as being a crime under Maltese law [the ex-wife’s nationality and where she intends to return with the children], but it is unclear whether D.C., Maryland, Virginia or Maltese law governs this embryo dispute, and the choice of law is outcome-determinative.

This book is part of the Context and Practice Series, edited by Michael Hunter Schwartz, Professor of Law and Dean of the McGeorge School of Law, University of the Pacific.
  


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