Category: Fertility Law

Jana Lamanna Presents at Memphis Bar Association Family Law Mid-Year CLE

On May 19, 2021, Jana Lamanna presented a one-hour CLE on Embryo Disposition at the Memphis Bar Association Family Law Mid-Year CLE. Jana’s CLE presentation discussed a long line of family law cases that revolved around disputes over frozen embryos. The first case developed in Tennessee in 1992, and the cases have continued to the present date through appellate courts to state supreme courts. The CLE included a short discussion on the inheritance ... Read More
at Wednesday, May 19, 2021

Jana Lamanna Spoke with Action News 5 on Amending Surrogacy Contracts in Light of the Pandemic

Jana Lamanna recently spoke with Action News 5 on the ways COVID-19 has impacted fertility treatments. According to the article, “We continue to get a better picture of the far-reaching effects the COVID-19 will have or is having on people. Whether it’s making someone sick or causing loss of income, there isn’t a sector of life this outbreak isn’t affecting. That includes those trying to become parents. Many of the patients walking into Fertility Associates of Memphis ... Read More
at Wednesday, March 31, 2021

Jana Lamanna Honored as AAAA Fellow

Congratulations to BMJRG Partner Jana Lamanna on her recent acceptance to the Academy of Adoption and Assisted Reproduction Attorneys (AAAA). AAAA is the largest professional organization of its kind, committed to the highest standards of competency, experience, and ethics in the legal practice of adoption and assisted reproductive technologies. The organization advocates for laws and policies to protect the best interests of children, the legal status of families formed through adoption and... Read More
at Monday, February 22, 2021

Congratulations to Jana Lamanna

Congratulations to Jana Lamanna, recently accepted as a member of the SOCIETY FOR ETHICS IN EGG DONATION AND SURROGACY (SEEDS). As the head of BMJRG’s fertility law group, Jana joins this important non-profit group, whose purpose is to define and promote ethical behavior for everyone involved in third party reproduction. Read More
at Tuesday, December 15, 2020