Next up in our Fertility Week 2020 Series, we are joined by our colleagues in the BTO Personal team who look at a recent case which found its way into the Scottish Courts involving the use of people’s gametes after their death. They also highlight the importance of having a suitable and robust Will in place if you are going through fertility treatment.
National Fertility Week 2020: Beverley Addison, a specialist in Fertility Law in Scotland, looks at the impact of COVID-19 on the fertility sector in Scotland, and what the next few months might look like.
This week is National Fertility Week 2020. Run annually by Fertility Network UK, Fertility Week sheds a spotlight on the fertility sector and the struggles faced by those going through their fertility journey.
In celebration of National Fertility Week 2019, we ask our Fertility specialists to answer your most asked questions about all things Fertility Law. Today we are talking about what happens at work if you are undergoing fertility treatment. We speak to Employment Partner Caroline Carr about the top considerations. [Read more…] about #FertilityWeek – Employment Considerations when Creating a Family – Your Questions Answered
It was recently reported that an anonymous male same-sex couple in Scotland are due to become the first to receive IVF for a surrogate in the UK.