21 Whittier L. Rev. 415 (1999-2000)
The Egg Donor and Surrogacy Controversy: Legal Issues Surrounding Representation of Parties to an Egg Donor and Surrogacy Contract

handle is hein.journals/whitlr21 and id is 427 raw text is: THE EGG DONOR AND
SURROGACY CONTROVERSY:
LEGAL ISSUES SURROUNDING
REPRESENTATION OF PARTIES
TO AN EGG DONOR AND
SURROGACY CONTRACT*
ANDREW W. VORZIMER
I. INTRODUCTION
The California Supreme Court case Johnson v. Calvert' trumpeted
in a new era of third-party reproduction in the United States. In this
* Footnotes 23 to 63, inclusive, and accompanying text first appeared in Milena
D. O'Hara & Andrew W. Vorzimer, Buzzanca v. Buzzanca: Charting a New Destiny,
26 W. ST. U. L. REV. 25 (1999).
**Mr. Vorzimer is an attorney and practices in the areas of reproductive law,
complex business litigation, and entertainment law. He has authored numerous
publications in these areas. He is a member of the State Bar of California, American
Society for Reproductive Medicine, International Council on Infertility Information
Dissemination Advisory Board, RESOLVE, the Academy of Assisted Reproductive
Technology Professionals (Advisory Board Member), Organization of Parents Through
Surrogacy, the National Association of Surrogate Mothers Beverly Hills Bar
Association (Entertainment Section), Los Angeles County and American Bar
Associations, and the Association of Business Trial Lawyers. He attended Harvard
University, University of Miami (B.B.A.), and Whittier College School of Law (J.D.,
magna cum laude). Mr. Vorzimer wishes to express his gratitude to Milena D. O'Hara,
Esq., a well-published author and an expert in the field, for her considerable
participation in the preparation of this article and for her invaluable editing and
transcription assistance.
1. Johnson v. Calvert, 851 P.2d 776 (Cal. 1993).

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