Cohen elected to CFAS ethics-law group

Toronto fertility lawyer Sara Cohen has... Read more

Surrogate, parents need to discuss how to handle crises

When bringing together surrogate mothers and intended parents, it is vital to discuss how to deal with pregnancy crises,... Read more

Canadian surrogacy options mean couples unlikely to go abroad

A case similar to that of a baby recently abandoned by his Australian parents and left with his surrogate in Thailand is unlikely to happen to a Canadian couple, because of the surrogacy-related options available at home, Toronto fertility lawyer Sara Cohen tells the National Post . Read more

Fertility clinic not responsible for greater social policies

A Calgary fertility doctor’s move to prevent a patient from receiving donor sperm from som... Read more

Citizenship decision disappointing: Cohen

A Federal Court of Appeal decision that says children born abroad must have a genetic connection to their Canadian paren... Read more

Branding is about creating a feeling

Branding a law firm is about evoking a certain feeling that sets the tone for a legal practice, Toronto fe... Read more

Cohen to teach Osgoode fertility law course

Toronto fertility lawyer Sara Cohen has... Read more

Distinction needed between roles of donor, parent

A U.S. appeal court’s recent move to extend parental rights to a Hollywood actor involved in the life of the child conce... Read more

Niche legal practice requires passion

When it comes to creating a niche legal practice, lawyers should focus on something they are passionate about – and then... Read more

Fertility lawyers to host seminar series

Toronto fertility lawyers Sara Cohen an... Read more

Webinar to discuss fertility law updates

Toronto fertility lawyer Sara Cohen wil... Read more

Donation an option to consider with leftover embryos

In vitro fertilization is a complex process – both medically and emotionally – and for those undergoing tre... Read more