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:...
Earlier this week, Cause of Action was proud to join a number of other transparency organizations in sending a letter to the FDA concerning their FOIA deletions policy. Read more below from Open the Government and follow this link to see the...
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.
Video: Questioning FDA Regulation of Private Sperm Donation
Amber Abbasi joined Gil Gross to discuss Cause of Action’s suit against the Food and Drug Administration for their unfair regulation of sperm donation.
Amber Abbasi – Gill Gross – July 10, 2012
Woman sues FDA for right to use donor’s free sperm
By Stephanie M. Lee Sunday, July 8, 2012
She is dating a woman. She is trying to conceive a child. She wants to use free sperm from a man she trusts.
But the U.S. Food...
Woman sues FDA for right to select sperm donor, bypass sperm bank
By Judson Berger Published July 03, 2012
A California woman pursuing artificial insemination is suing the federal government for the right to choose how she’ll...
Cause of Action filed a lawsuit last week in the U.S. District Court of Northern California on behalf of a Bay-Area woman whose plans to start a family have been blocked by overregulation by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). This is...
CAUSE OF ACTION SUES FDA FOR OVERREACH INTO PRIVATE LIVES
FDA prohibits a form of artificial insemination, attempts to define relationships
WASHINGTON – Cause of Action, a nonpartisan nonprofit based in Washington, DC, filed a lawsuit...