Greenspoon Marder Law Attorney Marla Neufeld Appointed to Board of Directors of Uprooted
Jul 6, 2015
Fort Lauderdale, FL
Greenspoon Marder Law attorney and founder of the firm’s Assisted Reproductive Technology group, Marla Neufeld, has been appointed to the Board of Directors of Uprooted.
Uprooted was founded in 2014 in response to the challenges members of the Jewish community faced while struggling to conceive. The organization was founded out of a need that did not exist, based on past principals and current stories of women of Jewish decent struggling with infertility. The organization offers holistic and biblical support to families trying to conceive.
Marla joins the Board of Directors as an advocate for families struggling with infertility. Her legal services include understanding and navigating the surrogacy and adoption process for heterosexual, same sex couples, and individuals looking to build a family through surrogacy and/or sperm, egg or embryo donation. She focuses on using her personal experience with years of infertility and ultimate use of a surrogate along with legal background to help others start a family using the available third party reproductive technologies and adoption laws in Florida.
About Greenspoon Marder
Greenspoon Marder is a national full-service business law firm with 240 attorneys and 26 locations across the United States. We are ranked amongst
American Lawyer’s Am Law 200, as one of the top law firms in the U.S. since 2015. Since our inception in 1981, our firm has been committed to providing excellent client service through our cross-disciplinary, client-team approach. Our mission is to understand the challenges that our clients face, build collaborative relationships, and craft creative solutions designed and executed with long-term strategic goals in mind. We serve Fortune 500, middle-market public and private companies, start-ups, emerging businesses, individuals and entrepreneurs nationwide.
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