A shocking number of fertility doctors surreptitiously use their own sperm during insemination procedures. Courts and commentators have explained how medical malpractice and common-law tort claims can provide the mother with remedies. The children of fertility fraud have received less attention. This Essay is the first to systematically analyze the potential claims of these children, whose identities may be shattered by discovering the truth about their biological father. It concludes that creative use of existing common-law torts can provide remedies for children of fertility fraud.
Fredrick E. Vars, Fertility Fraud: The Child's Claims, 63 B.C. L. Rev. E.Supp. I.-29 (2022), https://lawdigitalcommons.bc.edu/bclr/vol63/iss9/3