Amber Abbasi: The Curious Case of Trent Arsenault: Questioning FDA Regulatory Authority Over Private Sperm Donation

Amber Abbasi, chief counsel for regulatory affairs at Cause of Action, wrote an article for the Annals of Health Law, the Health Policy and Law Review of Loyola University of Chicago School of Law:   The Curious Case of Trent Arsenault: Questioning FDA Regulatory Authority Over Private Sperm Donation  

Doe v. Hamburg Amended Complaint and Exhibits

Amended complaint in Doe v. Hamburg et al. case filed on January 11th, 2013 in the US District Court for the Northern District of California. Amended Complaint Exhibit 1 Exhibit 2    

ABC News Reports On Cause of Action’s Suit Against the FDA

Read the full article here. ABC News “This means the FDA can reach into your bedroom and tell you how to procreate,” said her lawyer, Amber Abbasi, chief counsel for regulatory affairs at government accountability advocacy organization Cause of Action.”The FDA taking the position that donors, even when there’s no […]

SFGate: Woman sues FDA for right to use donor’s free sperm

Read the full story here. SF Gate “So “Jane Doe,” as she calls herself, is suing. Cause of Action, a government accountability group, has filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California on her behalf against the FDA… Those rules, argues Cause of Action in […]

CoA Brief in Jane Doe v. FDA

Complaint and Civil Cover Sheet – Doe v. Hamburg – Signed

VIDEO: CoA’s Amber Taylor on “Anderson” Discussing Sperm Donor Regulation

. Amber Taylor visits Anderson Cooper’s daytime show to explain why privacy rights and over regulation are important issues in the debate of sperm donation.  

VIDEO: CoA’s Amber Taylor on ANDERSON Discussing FDA’s Over Regulation of Trent Arsenault

Amber Taylor with Cause of Action visits Anderson Cooper’s daytime show to explain how the FDA is over regulating Trent Arsenault, a private citizen sperm donor who has been told to “cease manufacture” of his sperm.