The U.S. Supreme Court decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health continues to have far-reaching implications for companies, healthcare providers, insurers, higher education institutions, and other organizations across the United States.
Foley Hoag’s cross-disciplinary Reproductive Healthcare team is well-positioned to work with clients to address the unprecedented challenges arising in a post-Roe world. Using the strengths of our regulatory, policy, investigations, privacy and litigation lawyers, and their knowledge of U.S. as well as international law, we are proactively advising clients on immediate and potential issues to minimize business disruption.
This team meets regularly to analyze and examine how Dobbs affects all kinds of organizations in the short- and long-term. In addition to the full suite of legal services we provide to clients, Foley Hoag has also undertaken pro bono work focused on reproductive rights for decades, and the firm remains committed to engaging in pro bono work focused on reproductive rights post-Dobbs. We are committed to providing you with the legal guidance and resources you need. To learn more about how we can help, see here.