CBS News New York Interviews Eric Wrubel on Alabama Supreme Court Case02/23/2024
Eric Wrubel, chair of the Matrimonial Group and co-chair of the Fertility Law Group, was interviewed for a story that ran on the 6 p.m. news regarding the recent Alabama Supreme Court case that addressed the treatment of embryos and how it might affect varying aspects of the IVF process.
Eric Wrubel Interviewed in The Telegraph (U.K.) on Alabama Supreme Court Decision on Treatment of Embryos02/22/2024
Eric Wrubel, chair of the Matrimonial Group and co-chair of the Fertility Law Group, was interviewed by The Telegraph, the British daily paper, on the recent decision by the Alabama Supreme Court that criminalizes the destruction of embryos, its impact on intended parents building families in Alabama via IVF, and the likely ripple effect throughout the country.
Partner Alexis L. Cirel Featured in The New York Times: New York Metro Super Lawyers 2023 Magazine Supplement10/10/2023 | The New York Times: New York Metro Super Lawyers 2023 Magazine
Alexis L. Cirel, founder of the firm’s Fertility Law Group and a partner in the firm’s Matrimonial Group, was quoted extensively in the "New York Metro Super Lawyers 2023 Magazine" supplement published in Sunday’s New York Times, on the issue of surrogacy.
"Wombs for Rent" or Bodily Autonomy? Feminist Ambivalence Towards Assisted Reproduction in the 21st Century05/18/2023
by Rose Holden Vacanti Gilroy
Assisted reproduction has become increasingly widespread in the United States, with 73,602 children born using assisted reproductive technologies (ART) in 2020 alone. Yet, as of late, ART has not fostered much mainstream feminist action or extensive contemporary discourse within feminist legal theory.
Warshaw Burstein’s Fertility Law Group Celebrates a “Fertility State of Mind”02/08/2024
Event and Fundraiser Celebrates Third Anniversary of the Child-Parent Security Act in New York
Warshaw Burstein Hosts Event for AAML-NY Chapter, Mentorship Initiative Series02/21/2023
Warshaw Burstein, LLP today announced that the firm hosted in their offices in midtown Manhattan the first of a two-part series as part of the Mentorship Initiative for AAML-NY. The Mentorship Initiative seeks to identify future leaders of the matrimonial bar and share the knowledge and tools that AAML Fellows have accrued over their careers.