Eric Wrubel Included within the Gay With Kids® (GWT) Expert Network08/19/2021
Eric Wrubel, Chair of Warshaw Burstein’s LGBTQ Family Law Practice, has extensive experience representing LGBTQ individuals in family law matters, which has led to his specialization in same-sex divorce. He has been included within the Gay With Kids® (GWT) Expert Network.
In a recent podcast, Eric Wrubel, Partner and Chair of the firm’s Matrimonial Group, discussed his role in the riveting story about a case involving a fertility clinic mix- up that resulted in a woman carrying the intended children of two other families. The resulting Court decision set precedent that reverberates through surrogacy law in New York. Click here to listen.05/28/2020
The Tiers (Tears) of Parentage: All Parents are Not Equal in the Eyes of the Law, New York Bar Association, Family Law Section Annual Meeting, January 28, 2021
A split exists amongst New York’s Appellate Divisions as to whether the Court of Appeal’s Decision in Brooke S. B. v. Elizabeth A.C.C. permits a child to have more than two parents. Who is right? Separately, the First Department, Appellate Division recently opined that the pre-conception agreement enunciated in Brooke S. B. v. Elizabeth A. C. C. may be unilaterally terminated at any time by either party. In the absence of such a right for heterosexual couples, are LGBTQ+ parents still second citizens (parents)?02/08/2021 | New York Bar Association
Eric Wrubel, Chair of Warshaw Burstein’s Matrimonial Department, spoke about “Diversity in Parental Relationships and Its Impact on Family Law: The Changing Legal Landscape of Custody and Parenting Rights” at the New York State Bar Association Bridging the Gap CLE Program.
The program, held on March 8, 2019, was under the auspices of the Young Lawyers Section and the Continuing Legal Department of the New York State Bar Association. The program was geared primarily to new attorneys who are developing a foundation in the practical skills, techniques and procedures essential to the practice of law.04/02/2019