Boston, MA (PRWEB) December 12, 2007
Sanford and Katherine Benardo, founders of the Northeast Assisted Fertility Group, a prominent east coast surrogacy and egg donation program, have recently published "Egg Donation and Surrogacy Arrangements in Law and Practice" in the Bloomberg Corporate Law JOURNAL (Volume 2, Summer 2007, Issue 3).
The article, intended for lawyers and non-lawyers alike, demystifies the complexities surrounding egg donation and surrogacy through clear and accessible explanations of the most up-to-date regulations. Most people are not aware that residents of any state in the US can take advantage of these growing third party reproduction options. The Benardos provide the latest statistics on the scope of assisted reproduction technology in the US as well as specific examples of important cases and laws. Furthermore, they describe the components of successful arrangements: the screening of the carriers and donors, important contractual stipulations, the use of pre-birth parentage orders and adoption proceedings, compensation guidelines, and more.
This article, along with the success of their program, underscores Sanford and Katherine Benardo's positions as leaders in the fields of egg donation and surrogacy.
About Northeast Assisted Fertility Group (NAFG): NAFG http://www.assistedfertility.com based in Boston and New York, recruits and pre-screens egg donors and gestational carriers and matches them with clients who have struggled to conceive children on their own. NAFG is not a medical facility but an independent program referred by the most distinguished fertility clinics in the country, including New York University Fertility Center, Center for Reproductive Medicine and Infertility at Cornell University (CRMI), Reproductive Medicine Associates, Brigham and Women's ART Center, and Boston IVF.
NAFG's founder and President, Sanford Benardo, Esq., is an assisted reproduction attorney based in New York and Massachusetts. Katherine Benardo manages the egg donation program.