Press Briefing Re: Melissa Cook Triplet Surrogacy Case: First Case in the United States Challenging the Constitutionality of a State Surrogacy Enabling Statute

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Melissa Cook discusses her epic court battle to protect the rights
and welfare of the three baby boys to whom she gave birth on
February 22, 2016. Her case, brought on behalf of the three children
and herself, is the first in the nation which challenges the
constitutionality of a state surrogacy enabling statute.
The case has broad implications for the culture at large, and for
the women and children of the nation.

The 50 year-old single man who entered into the surrogacy
agreement had demanded that Melissa abort one of the children.
When Melissa refused, he stated he would give one of the babies
away. The California State Court Judge stated that what happens to
the babies is none of that court’s business.


Melissa Cook v. C.M.

California Court of Appeal, Case No. B270525

Melissa Cook, & Melissa Cook as GAL of Baby A, Baby B, &
Baby C v. Gov.Brown, et al

United States District Court, Central District of California, Case
No. 2:16-cv-00742 ODW(AFMx).


May 24, 2016; 10:30 am PT


Melissa Cook
Harold J. Cassidy, Esq., The Cassidy Law Firm, Shrewsbury, NJ
Michael W. Caspino, Esq., Buchalter Nemer, P.C., Irvine, CA


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Recent articles about the case:
The Atlantic


for The Cassidy Law Firm
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